Protect Children’s Rights During Pandemic: Daily Brief

How to protect children's rights in the age of coronavirus; Bolivia justice system abused to persecute government opponents; Brexit update from UK; good & bad Myanmar news; rule of law is a horrible joke in Egypt; public humiliation of critic in Chechnya; new research into arrest of 'Hotel Rwanda' hero; big tech's heavy hand around the globe; & join the campaign to #FreeNasrin from prison in Iran.

Children around the world face an unprecedented threat to their human rights. Pandemic-related school closures have affected 1.5 billion students, placing children at immediate risk of labor exploitation, hunger, recruitment into armed groups, and, especially for girls, child marriage, and sexual violence. Read here what should be done to tackle this problem.

The interim government of Bolivia is abusing the justice system to persecute associates and supporters of former president Evo Morales, who himself faces terrorism charges that appear to be politically motivated.

The United Kingdom government’s bid for Brexit at all costs will damage human rights.

There's good and bad Myanmar news.

Want to know what passes for rule of law in Egypt? Then kindly read this

Public humiliation of those who speak out isn’t new in Chechnya. But even by Chechen government’s despicable standards the recent video of tormented Salman Tepsurkayev (19) is particularly violent and menacing.

Human Rights Watch has released new research into the enforced disappearance of 'Hotel Rwanda' hero Paul Rusesabagina.

Billions of people around the world have come to rely on the services Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google provide to exercise their basic human rights. But for many people, both within and outside the US, the concentration of power in these companies has meant considerable harm.

And if you want to do something good, consider participating in the campaign #FreeNasrin, for prominent Iranian human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh. She has been on a hunger strike in Evin prison for almost a month in order to demand the release of the country’s scores of political prisoners.