Media Watch

'19Jan
24

Russia: First Criminal Case under ‘Undesirables’ Law

(Moscow) – Russian authorities on January 23, 2019 opened their first criminal case against a Russian activist for alleged involvement with a so-called “undesirable” foreign organization, Human Rights Watch said...
'19Jan
23

Why The UK Must Not Sacrifice Free Speech In The Pursuit Of Free Trade

The United Arab Emirates may have released Matthew Hedges but there has been no such luck for other victims of human rights abuses in the Gulf State.As the United Kingdom stumbles toward an unruly and chaotic...
'19Jan
23

Why The UK Must Not Sacrifice Free Speech In The Pursuit Of Free Trade

The United Arab Emirates may have released Matthew Hedges but there has been no such luck for other victims of human rights abuses in the Gulf State.As the United Kingdom stumbles toward an unruly and chaotic...
'19Jan
22

Zimbabwe president says 'heads will roll' after protest crackdown

The leader, who last year replaced longtime strongman Robert Mugabe, returned earlyfrom the annual jamboree in the Swiss alpine resort town of Davos.He left his Minister of Finance, Mthuli Ncube, to continue...
'19Jan
18

Britain’s devastating cuts to social security breach international human rights law, NGOs find

Image: Section 25 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which forms the basis of international agreements the UK is a signatory to. Credit: Richard Lemarchand/Flickr, CC 2.0In accordance with international...
'19Jan
16

Home Office ‘flouting’ the Good Friday Agreement

January 16, 2019 Colin GannonIrish citizens in the UK face a potential Windrush-type loss of their rights unless the protections and commitments made in the Good Friday Agreement and the Common Travel Area are...
'19Jan
14

Rats’ Alley – Zimbabwe Vigil Diary

Take a look at the video recorded by the passing car (see: https://www.facebook.com/david.coltart/videos/10156194388327613/?eid=ARAbwh_ej8-_Va8y8_l9FuxplPC_OVvot4aYP_Tinp-tOs00buRKB3gYLOXZqdQRKrzlFXuEs_TFUarF)....
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