Tag: human rights
Serikjan Bilash was arrested in Almaty, Kazakhstan's largest city and flown to the capital Astana.
The initiative comes amid growing concerns about the fate of detained activists, who were preparing for their trials.
Myanmar has been trying to divert attention from the Rohingya crisis In order to attract foreign investors.
Jiang Tianyong took high-profile cases including those of Falun Gong practitioners and Tibetan protesters and was one of more than 200 lawyers and activists detained in 2015 by Communist authorities.
Malaysia’s representative, Ahmad Azam Ab Rahman, will serve on the commission for the 2019-2022 term beginning August.
The Centre for Human Rights Research and Advocacy also wants a war tribunal to be set up.
Civicus says the punishment meted out to Jolovan Wham is meant to deter others from exercising their rights.
Survey shows financiers are increasingly considering the environmental and social impact of their investments.
Nampak seperti ada kempen sejagat oleh China untuk melawan dakwaan pencabulan hak asasi manusia di wilayah Xinjiang.
It appears to be a global campaign by China to counter allegations of human rights violations in the Xinjiang region.
Wang Quanzhang's case has been shrouded in secrecy and uncertainty, as authorities have released little information about his well-being and have denied access.
The Malaysian Coalition against the Death Penalty says capital punishment was not a deterrent to offences like drug smuggling.
BEIJING: China's first "cyber-dissident," whose website reported on sensitive topics including human rights, is expected to go on trial on Monday amid fears he...
Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada is standing up for human rights around the world by granting Qunum asylum.
Hun Sen remains defiant Saturday as he inaugurated a monument with carvings showcasing his government's achievements.
Tenaganita's Glorene Das tells how a 14-year-old Bangladeshi girl went through the darkest chapter of her life in Malaysia.
The human rights commission wants Parliament and other government agencies to discuss and implement its suggestions on human rights issues in the country.
The non-binding resolution, which was passed by consensus without a vote, welcomes diplomatic efforts to end the crisis on the Korean peninsula.
NGO says the law should ensure that domestic workers get off-days, EPF, Socso, annual leave and sick leave like other workers in the country.
The 348-page report underlines various human rights issues such as child marriages, freedom of speech and stateless children, which continue to plague society.
Human duties and responsibilities have become more crucial now than ever before.
Richard Malanjum says absolute freedom is a mirage.
Chairman Razali Ismail says a society will only be truly multiracial when there is no more discrimination.
The Philippines is one of the most dangerous for activists, with dozens of land rights and human rights workers killed there in 2017.