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Nov 24 2020 3:39PM
The Art of the Steal - Israel’s Slow Motion Annexation

On 15 September 2020, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamn Netanyahu was at the White House to sign new diplomatic agreements with the UAE and Bahrain - two countries, which like Israel, which have abysmal human rights records. Following the...

Nov 5 2020 9:31AM
The case against the use of spit hoods in response to Covid-19

Patrick Corrigan, our Head of Nations and Regions, on why the PSNI was wrong to introduce controversial spit hoods in response to Covid-19.

Nov 5 2020 9:29AM
The case against the use of spit hoods in response to Covid-19

Patrick Corrigan, our Head of Nations and Regions, on why the PSNI was wrong to introduce controversial spit hoods in response to Covid-19.

Oct 26 2020 11:32AM
Your voice has power this winter: Write for Rights 2020

Our news cycle can feel overwhelming. With police brutality threatening human rights and divisive politics pulling communities apart, it’s easy to feel powerless. But we’re not - and our movement is proof. Together we've helped over...

Oct 12 2020 4:12PM
Countless Brave Syrian Activists Made The Koblenz Torture Trial Possible

By Mansour Omari Earlier this year, on April 23, a monumental event happened. The first ever trial about Syrian state torture started in Koblenz, Germany. The German prosecution charged two Syrians, Anwar Raslan and Iyad Al-Gharib...