A round-up of human rights stories from around the world.
Governments should end all discrimination in children’s access to education and urgently strengthen policies and funding to ensure all children are able to benefit from their right to quality education, Human Rights Watch said today, the International Day of Education.
National Guard use pepper spray, shields to break up caravan of asylum seekers, migrants outside Tapachula.
The UN Human Rights Committee has determined that countries cannot deport people who have sought asylum due to climate-related threats.
Tanzanian human rights lawyer Tito Magoti case adjourned again
Almost a thousand vulnerable Dorset residents have been left in limbo for over a year while carers applied to strip them of their freedom.
Tshisekedi records small human rights gains but much remains to be done
Human rights activist and founder of investment fund Hermitage Capital, Bill Browder, takes a critical look at corruption and humans rights violations in Russia and keeps rallying for an EU Magnitsky Act.”
During widespread protests in Lebanon, street artists have painted messages of hope and human rights activism across Beirut.
Worrying reports of gruesome attacks and killings by insurgents in Nigeria’s restive northeast region appear to show an escalation of attacks on aid workers and other civilians over the past several weeks.
Colombia was the bloodiest nation with 103 murders and the Philippines was second, followed by Brazil, Honduras and Mexico