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The Commonwealth Heads of Government should press host, Sri Lanka, on accountability for war crimes and human rights abuses, say activists.
Sudan must drop ‘indecent behaviour’ charges against two activists in a trial that opens today, Amnesty International says.
A key European court has refused to rule that the criminalisation of consensual same-sex activity constitutes “persecution” for the purposes of EU asylum law.
Guatemala’s Constitutional Court may offer a general amnesty to former dictator Rios Montt, allowing him to avoid prosecution for war crimes.
The section of the controversial Lobbying Bill attempting to shackle trade unions has been declared unfit for purpose by an advisory committee.
Charities, advocacy groups, academics and think tanks have published a new report raising serious concerns about the Lobbying Bill.
The Israeli authorities have been asked to drop all charges against a Palestinian human rights lawyer released on bail.
Saudi women activists still plan to defy a driving ban in the Kingdom today, despite threats and attacks.
People in the justice system with learning difficulties do not get equal access to the law or support through accessible information, says the Prison Reform Trust.