• May 28, 2015

    (New York) – The South Korean government should immediately stop using its outdated National Security Law to suppress freedom of speech and freedom of association, Human Rights Watch said today.

  • May 28, 2015

    (뉴욕, 2015년 5월 28일) - 대한민국 정부는 언론의 자유와 결사의 자유를 억압하는 구시대적인 국가보안법을 즉시 폐지해야 한다고 휴먼라이츠워치가 오늘 전했다.  한국 정부는 국가보안법에 의하여 구속된 사람들을 석방하고 이 법으로 기소된 자들의 혐의를 취소해야 하며 국제 인권 규범을 위반하는 조항을 폐지하거나 및 수정하는 것을 목표로 하는 포괄적인 검토 과정을 시작해야 한다. 

  • May 28, 2015

    (Bruxelles) – L’azione militare dell’Unione europea contro le reti di trafficanti di migranti, o scafisti, non metta a repentaglio la vita e i diritti di migranti e richiedenti asilo, ha detto oggi Human Rights Watch.

  • May 28, 2015

    (New York) – The next president of Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) – world football’s governing body – should ensure that future host countries of the World Cup are required to comply with fundamental human rights norms. The FIFA presidential election will be held in Zurich on May 29, 2015.

  • May 27, 2015

    (بانغكوك) ـ  إن أفراداً من الروهينغيا وآخرين ممن نجوا من رحلات خطيرة بالقوارب من بورما وبنغلاديش يصفون معاملة مروعة من جانب مهربين ومتجرين معدومي الضمير في بورما، وانتهاكات وإهمال على متن القوارب.

  • May 27, 2015

    (Bangkok, le 27 mai 2015) – Des Rohingyas en provenance de la Birmanie et d'autres migrants originaires du Bangladesh ont été sévèrement maltraités par des trafiquants et passeurs sans scrupules, selon des témoignages recueillis par Hum

  • May 27, 2015

    (Bangkok) – Governments gathering in Bangkok on May 29, 2015, to discuss the Southeast Asia boat people crisis should reach binding agreements to save people at sea, permit them to disembark without conditions, and ensure unimpeded access for United Nations agencies to protect the rights of asylum seekers, Human Rights

  • May 27, 2015

    In today’s Brief: Indonesia's free speech restrictions; Germany and drone strikes; horrific testimony of Rohingya boat survivors; Hamas abuses in Gaza; incommunicado in Gambia; UK backs down on rights act; fresh fears for South Sudan; Saudi beats own execution record; #FreeRaifBadawi