Free University of Amsterdam Hosts Pro-Beijing Human Rights Center
Clear Path for US, France, EU to Block Gas Revenue Payments to Junta
Japan’s defence ministry claims the program, which includes combat training, will inspire change from within. That’s not going to happen.
Human Rights Defenders and Ordinary Citizens Targeted, Harassed, Tortured
Military Junta’s Abuses Amount to Crimes Against Humanity
Authorities Target ‘Unpatriotic’ Speech, Basic Freedoms in Hong Kong
Immediately Repeal Associations Law
Wife of Forcibly Disappeared Activist Dies in US, Unable to Reunite with Husband
Two Men Face Forced Return to Persecution in China
Xi Jinping’s tenure has been marked by harsh crackdowns on human rights activism.
Human Rights Abuses Will Taint the Olympics and the World Cup. It’s Time to End ‘Sportswashing’ Now.
Russia, China Lead Efforts to Put Monitoring, Investigations on Chopping Block
Authorities Should Ensure Safety and Protection of AFCON Players, Fans
Tatmadaw Cadets Receive Training at Japanese Defense Academy
Prosecutions Fast-Tracked Despite End to State of Emergency
Tens of Thousands of Students Will Lose Access to Education
Beijing Ensures No Opposition in Vote for Legislature
How a Teacher Finds the Courage to Do Her Job Despite Risks to Her Life