• 2020-06-12

    United States sets sanctions against International Criminal Court; global superpowers should be held accountable; new investigation into global use of tear gas; tech companies should stand up to China’s bullying; Malaysia and Thailand should… Read more

  • 2020-06-11

    Do #BlackLivesMatter to Europe's leaders? Burundi's late president leaves behind a legacy of abuse; mandatory confinement of mining workers in DR Congo; French arms sales to Saudi Arabia and Egypt; International Olympic Committee's ban on… Read more

  • 2020-06-09

    Protests against racist police brutality are shifting the debate in the US, but it's only the very beginning; Lebanon's trash crisis has a cost; one-year anniversary of Hong Kong protests; Covid-19 exposes healthcare shortfalls in African… Read more

  • 2020-06-08

    Plus: Minneapolis City Council announce commitment to dismantle the city’s police department; gaps in UK's response to violence against women; Iraqi government must protect free speech; Gambia's truth commission resumes hearings on ex-president's… Read more

  • 2020-06-04

    US dangerously militarizing its approach to peaceful protest; remembering the Tiananmen Massacre, because the Chinese authorities want you to forget; new UN report on the Philippines details widespread human rights violations; Brazil's own… Read more

  • 2020-06-02

    Justified protests and unjustified photo ops; US police also target media professionals; the Chinese government should accept responsibility for the June 4, 1989 Tiananmen massacre; #JusticeForUwa in Nigeria; Russia should publish data about… Read more

  • 2020-06-01

    Nationwide protests against police brutality in the US; children’s drawings expose cruelty of Greece’s detention system; Hong Kong bans Tiananmen massacre vigil; Algerian… Read more

  • 2020-05-29

    Trending rights tweets this week:

  • 2020-05-29

    #BlackLivesMatter, then and now; good news from Germany as government tries to protect meatpacking workers in times of Covid-19; people with disabilities are needed in fight against climate change; no reparations yet for victims of former… Read more

  • 2020-05-28

    Children in England going hungry with schools shut; hundreds jailed for Covid-19 violations in Myanmar; Thailand's extension of its state of emergency is unjustified; death sentence by Zoom in Singapore; alleged drowning of Afghan migrants by… Read more

  • 2020-05-26

    The Venezuelan healthcare system is grossly unprepared to fight Covid-19; extremists' "war against education" in Burkina Faso; suspicious new fires in Myanmar; Saudi Arabia going after families of former officials; marking a global milestone in … Read more

  • 2020-05-25

    Plus: Myanmar reports to the International Court of Justice; US threatens International Criminal Court; Malta patrol boat intimidates migrants at sea; governments must act to protect rights of Hong Kong people; and join our virtual film festival… Read more