• fév 13, 2015

    fév 13, 2015

    Until fairly recently, ‘Internet governance’ was a term that made people’s eyes glaze over. It has now become one of the most dynamic and challenging topics on the global political agenda. Digitization has escalated exponentially in the past several years, but social, legal and political institutions are struggling to keep pace with the implications.

  • fév 13, 2015

    President Robert Mugabe’s new role as African Union chairman drew significant international media attention.

  • fév 13, 2015

    In today's Brief: Ukraine peace deal amnesty & the downing of MH17; Venezuela military to tackle peaceful protests; few freed journalists amid rising attacks on press worldwide; Pakistan disappearances; Canadian values vs Saudi cash; North Koreans (forced to) mark dear leader's birthday; World Press Photo winner; and the London Human Rights Watch Film Festival.

  • fév 13, 2015

    (New York) – Thailand’s lawmakers should reject a proposed revision to the Military Court Act that would broadly empower the armed forces to detain civilians without charge for nearly three months, Human Rights Watch said today.

  • fév 13, 2015

    (Seoul) – North Korea’s so-called dear leader, Kim Jong-Il, should be remembered as his country celebrates his birthday on February 16, 2015, for presiding over one of the world’s most brutal and repressive governments, Human Rights Watch said today.

  • fév 12, 2015

    In today's Brief: War and peace in eastern Ukraine; mass drowning in the Mediterranean; mass rapes by Sudan's army in Darfur; Sri Lanka war crimes report; journalism on trial in Egypt; and remembering an Afghan atrocity.