UN Should Listen to Climate Activists: Daily Brief

Malawi’s new president should protect rights; Hong Kong protests against China’s security law persist; Bangladesh cracks down on critics; Japan questions China’s rights abuses; and our Global Challenge...

24 organizations have called on governments at the UN Human Rights Council to put children’s rights at the heart of environmental policies.

Lazarus Chakwera, Malawi’s new president, needs to put into action his own words that his victory at the polls is a victory for democracy and justice.

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michele Bachelet’s recent report on the Philippines described widespread abuses against drug suspects, political activists, indigenous peoples, and journalists, among others. The Philippines is responding with games...

Protests in Hong Kong continue against China’s new security law, which will lead to a crackdown on critics.

Bangladesh authorities are flouting the rule of law, arbitrarily arresting anyone they feel might be criticizing the government, and in particular the prime minister or her family.

Japan is finally taking a strong stance against China’s human rights abuses.

And finally, what will a post-Covid world look like? Register for HRW's Global Challenge #FutureWeBuild event on July 23rd!