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18.07.2020

Iran arrests about 30 following Behbahan protests

Iran arrests about 30 following Behbahan protests

Yaghoub Fazeli Iran has arrested about 30 people following the anti-government protests that broke out in the southwestern city of Behbahan on Thursday, the Iranian Human Rights Activists’ News Agency (HRANA) said on Friday. Protests broke out in Behbahan in the oil-rich Khuzestan province on Thursday with demonstrators demanding the… »

17.07.2020

Attack on Free Speech – Journalist Craig Murray Charged with Contempt of Court in the UK

Attack on Free Speech – Journalist Craig Murray Charged with Contempt of Court in the UK

Attack on Free Speech – Journalist Craig Murray Charged with Contempt of Court in the UK In this video, we provide an overview of the case against Craig Murray. Murray is a journalist and former UK ambassador to Uzbekistan. After blowing the whistle on the CIA’s torture program overseas, Murray… »

17.07.2020

Celebrating International Criminal Justice Day

Celebrating International Criminal Justice Day

Pursuit of Justice for Serious Crimes Continues Amidst Challenges July 17 marks International Criminal Justice Day, commemorating the anniversary of the adoption of the Rome Statute, the founding treaty of the International Criminal Court (ICC). This is a moment to reflect on the importance of obtaining justice for victims of… »

17.07.2020

Colombia. #StopTheGenocide  [#QuePareElGenocidio]

Colombia. #StopTheGenocide  [#QuePareElGenocidio]

As of the writing of this article  (7/09), Colombia has reached 161 assassinations of community leaders in 2020, the latest being Gentil Pasos’s. Presently, the average is of three to four murders per week . Just on June 27th, the Institute of Studies for Peace and Development, IDEPAZ, registered 7… »

15.07.2020

Top Human Rights Tweets of the Week

Top Human Rights Tweets of the Week

Trending rights tweets this week: Srebrenica 25 years on; new ICE regulations are devastating for some international students in the US;  disastrous new terrorism law in the Philippines; and HRW invites you to an inspiring evening filled with special guests, performances, and experts joining together for a brighter future. »

15.07.2020

How to Keep Activist Movements From Burning Out

How to Keep Activist Movements From Burning Out

No matter how much support a cause has when gearing up, it has little hope of accomplishing long-term goals if its supporters are divided. By Collective 20 Since the 1960s, how many movements have excitedly exploded into existence, only to later morbidly melt away? In contrast, how many movements have… »

15.07.2020

US Intelligence Agencies Spied on Assange

US Intelligence Agencies Spied on Assange

Court records confirm: Behind Julian Assange’s surveillance was the security team of US billionaire Sheldon Adelson. Rafael Lutz for the online newspaper INFOsperber A campaign has been going on for years against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has used the WikiLeaks   disclosure platform to uncover a number… »

12.07.2020

Covid recovery and radical social change

Covid recovery and radical social change

A post-Covid world must genuinely value care, embrace vulnerability, and attack the existing structures of privilege. The view that radical societal change has been taking place during the Covid-19 pandemic has been expressed by progressive figures and organisations. For example, George Monbiot has recorded a series of solidarity, bottom-up community… »

11.07.2020

Opinion: Genocide denial concerns us all

Opinion: Genocide denial concerns us all

Protecting the truth from deniers and serving justice for victims of the Srebrenica genocide is our best bet to prevent genocides from occurring again, writes Council of Europe Human Rights Commissioner Dunja Mijatovic. That genocide was perpetrated in and around the Bosnian city of Srebrenica 25 years ago is incontestable. Several… »

11.07.2020

Kabyle: A Language, a People, and a Heritage to Defend

Kabyle: A Language, a People, and a Heritage to Defend

Today, more than six thousand languages ​​are spoken in the world and according to Unesco, half of the languages ​​spoken by less than ten thousand people will disappear by the end of the century. The longevity of a language depends on its vitality and on certain demographic and social factors. »

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