Tag "human rights"

Back to homepage
Europe Latest news

British soldiers exempt from respect for human rights!

Britain will ensure that its military could be exempt from European humanitarian law to avoid prosecution it considers abusive following external operations, said Tuesday the First Minister Theresa May. The

Europe Human Rights Defenders’ messages Latest news

Ukraine: UN unveils a disturbing number of violations of human rights by the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) and the police

70% of cases of violations of human rights in Ukraine are committed by the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) and the police. Impunity for violations of human rights undermines efforts to

Africa HRA recent articles

Call for participation-The role of social networks activists in promoting human rights and development of Africa Successful Experiences and New Ideas

One of the major factors that lead to the promotion of human rights and development in all societies has always been raising the level of knowledge, awareness, education and a

Africa HRA Human Rights Council MINORITY RIGHTS recent articles

Minorities Rights in Nigeria, ”Zaria Massacre” , HRC’s 31st session

A panel was held at the United Nations Human Rights Council’s 31st session in Geneva, Switzerland, 18 March 2016, by the Human Rights Agency(HRA) on “Nigeria, Zaria Massacre” at which

Europe Human Rights Defenders’ messages Latest news Reports

Amnesty International censures Europe’s ‘shameful’ response to refugees

Amnesty International has slammed as “shameful” the European countries’ response to the refugee crisis in Europe. “That Europe, which is the richest bloc in the world, is not able to

America HRA Latest news Reports

HRW publishes report on US human rights violations

According to the report, US laws and practices violate internationally recognized human rights in incarceration, racial disparities, criminal justice, police killing of African Americans and foreign policy to name a

HRA Middle East recent articles

Humanitarian crisis in Yemen, the alarm defenses organizations of human rights for civilians

The conflict in Yemen had, since the Saudi assault, nearly 4,400 dead and thousands injured, according to the latest report of the World Health Organization (WHO). Today 21 million people

HRA Middle East

Bahrain activist Nabeel Rajab arrested on charges related to “spreading false news” on Twitter

Nabeel Rajab, President of the Bahrain Centre for Human Rights (BCHR), was arrested on charges related to “spreading false news” on Twitter, denouncing the torture of detainees in Jaw Prison.

HRA Middle East

Bahrainis hold mass rallies over Salman detention

Bahraini people have staged nationwide protests to voice their opposition against the continued detention of the country’s main opposition leader Sheikh Ali Salman. Mass protest rallies were held in several