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Civilians in Mali are among dozens tortured, killed and disappeared, including while in detention, since the launch of the French army’s intervention.
Pakistan’s new government must not surrender respect for human rights in potential peace talks with armed groups, Amnesty International says.
Lawyers and justice campaigners in England and Wales have pledged to continue their struggle against the UK government's 'destruction' of legal aid.
The Irish Council for Prisoners Overseas has warned that cost-cutting UK legal aid proposals “will destroy prison law as we have known it”.
The UK government’s legal aid changes in England and Wales would deny justice to the most vulnerable and undermine the rule of law, Human Rights Watch says.
Lawyers and legal justice campaigners have held a demonstration outside the Scottish Parliament over the proposed closure of ten sheriff courts.
A legal opinion by a leading QC has found that the Westminster Government’s proposed changes to legal aid – for which the consultation closes today – are unlawful.
Monday 3 June, marks the start of European Prisoners' Children Week.
The Turkish authorities have been told to order police to stop using excessive force against peaceful protesters in Istanbul, and investigate other abuses.
A court appeal by two members of a prominent Saudi Arabian human rights organisation is a bid for justice amid a broader crackdown on activism, says Amnesty.