The New Italian Government Poses A Human Rights Challenge

Italy is set to have a new right-wing government led by Georgia Meloni and her Brothers of Italy party following

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Sri Lanka: Revoke Sweeping New Order to Restrict Protest

(New York) – The Sri Lankan government should reverse a new regulation that unlawfully restricts protests in large areas of

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Belarusian Authorities Further Tighten Chokehold on Civil Society

This week, prominent Belarusian human rights organization Viasna reported that its Head Ales Bialiatski, Deputy Chair Valiantsin Stefanovich, and Free

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UN Rights Body Rules Australia Failed to Protect from Climate Change

The United Nations Human Rights Committee on September 23 found that the Australian government had violated the rights of Indigenous

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Nepal President Blocks Citizenship Law

Nepal’s ceremonial president, Bidiya Bhandari, has refused to endorse a Citizenship Bill passed by parliament, denying an estimated 500,000 people

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US: Budget Cuts Put Public Housing Tenants at Risk

(New York) – Decades of inadequate federal funding have jeopardized the living conditions of public housing residents and exacerbated the

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Japan Should Strengthen New Business and Human Rights Guidelines

Japan’s recently adopted guidelines on responsible use of supply chains are a missed opportunity to entrench strong human rights requirements

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Hungary Should Guarantee Safety of Lesbian Activists During DykeMarch

Hungarian lesbian activists are set to hold their second DykeMarch on October 1, the final day of the EuroCentralAsian Lesbian*

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2 child rapists publicly beheaded in Yemen

2 child rapists were publicly beheaded Aden (Daily Pakistan Online) 2 criminals who killed a 12-year-old child after raping them

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ICC Starts Trial against Central African Republic Rebel Leader

Today, the trial of Mahamat Said Abdel Kani, a former Seleka commander in the Central African Republic, began before International

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