Justice for women goes for a toss as Taliban gains control of Afghanistan

Justice for women goes for a toss as Taliban gains control of Afghanistan

As the Taliban continues to gain control over Afghanistan, violence against women and justice goes at risk. Afghan women have been confronting domestic violence for quite a while in the country. The Human Rights Watch…

Read More
Since Four Years Victims of Unlawful Detention in Eastern Ukraine are Awaiting for Justice

Since Four Years Victims of Unlawful Detention in Eastern Ukraine are Awaiting for Justice

In 2016, the Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International uncovered the practice of secretly detaining civilians by both sides of the eastern Ukraine of civilians in a report called “you don’t exist“. For four years…

Read More
Victims of intercommunal violence in South Sudan deserve ‘justice, truth and reparations’, UN officials say

Victims of intercommunal violence in South Sudan deserve ‘justice, truth and reparations’, UN officials say

The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on Friday condemned a fresh wave of intercommunal violence in the world’s youngest nation, South Sudan, that has left hundreds of dead across 28 villages in Jonglei State,…

Read More
Government being called for scraping off NHS surcharges for migrant workers, called as ‘moral injustice’

Government being called for scraping off NHS surcharges for migrant workers, called as ‘moral injustice’

Migrant activists and organizations are requesting the government to extend NHS surcharge waiver to all migrant workers including teachers, bus drivers and charity workers. This is after Boris Johnson government, taking a policy U- turn,…

Read More
Thousands of detainees were tortured by his hands …a Syrian officer brought to justice for the first time

Thousands of detainees were tortured by his hands …a Syrian officer brought to justice for the first time

The trial case of the officer, Anwar Raslan, a dissident from the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime of about 8 years ago, is again coming to the fore after setting the date for his first…

Read More
Nagarpuh: might justice be done

Nagarpuh: might justice be done

After the assassination of around 20 people in the locality of Ngarbuh in Cameroun on February 14, the Head of State had ordered the opening of an investigation. This commission of inquiry chaired by the…

Read More
India criticized by UNHRC for use of UAPA in J&K

India criticized by UNHRC for use of UAPA in J&K

Michelle Bachelet, who is the United Nations high commissioner for human rights criticized India for pressure on journalists as they use the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) for reporting temporary communication blackouts in Jammu and…

Read More
UN human rights experts denounce Texas abortion law as violation of international law

UN human rights experts denounce Texas abortion law as violation of international law

United Nations human rights monitors have condemned the controversial Texas abortion law as a violation of international law. UN experts called that the newly imposed restrictions on abortion procedure after a fetal heartbeat is detected…

Read More
Stuck Migrant Workers in Afghanistan

Stuck Migrant Workers in Afghanistan

After the end of decade long America’s involvement in Afghanistan, EU ministers are preparing to handle an influx of Afghan refugees and migrants. The bloc hopes to avoid a repeat of the Syrian refugee crisis. European…

Read More
Bangladeshi activists call for independent rights commission to protect indigenous women

Bangladeshi activists call for independent rights commission to protect indigenous women

Bangladesh’s Adivasi Chhatra Sangram Parishad is demanding a separate human rights commission with the aim of putting an end to oppressive actions against indigenous women in the country. On Tuesday, activists and leaders of the…

Read More