30 May 2013
Amnesty International is teaming up with local human rights organizations across Africa to deliver human rights education workshops that are changing lives.
The killing of 24 people in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh on 25 May could further escalate violence in the state, putting more civilians at risk.
An office of the International Committee of the Red Cross in eastern Afghanistan was brutally assaulted by unidentified armed men.
The decision by the Constitutional Chamber of El Salvador's Supreme Court of Justice to deny Beatriz her appeal for access to a therapeutic abortion is "shameful and discriminatory".
Greece must immediately stop segregating Romani schoolchildren from their peers following a third European Court of Human Rights against discrimination of Roma in Greek schools.
29 May 2013
A new law on non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in Egypt, currently with the Shura Council, would effectively be a death blow to independent civil society in the country.
Police used pepper spray and stun grenades to repel desperate crowds outside a Cape Town refugee office.
28 May 2013
Today’s court appeal by two members of a prominent Saudi Arabian human rights organization is a bid for justice amid a broader crackdown on activism in the Gulf kingdom.
New laws expanding death penalty signal intent to restart executions, following outcry over murders of women accused of 'sorcery'.
The trial of a blogger before a military court in Tunisia after he peacefully expressed his opinion on the internet is worrying evidence of the state of freedom of expression in the country.