23 May 2014
Friday 23 May 2014, Azyz Amemi, a young Tunisian blogger known for defending freedom of speech, was set free by the Court of First Instance of Tunis for a procedural (...)
22 May 2014
The Thai Navy and public prosecutors must immediately and unconditionally withdraw criminal complaints against two Phuket Wan journalists.
18 May 2014
The EU must make the strengthening of bilateral relations with Laos contingent upon the Lao government’s ability to make tangible progress in addressing key human (...)
9 May 2014
Thailand must release all six people currently detained under draconian lèse-majesté laws, FIDH and UCL said today.
7 May 2014
On 5 May, Vietnamese police in Hanoi arrested blogger Nguyen Huu Vinh, 58, and activist Nguyen Thi Minh Thuy, 34, under Article 258 of the Criminal (...)
2 May 2014
The Burmese government must end the persecution of journalists and release all five reporters currently jailed in the country.
29 April 2014
On 28 April, an Egyptian Court referred the case of 638 alleged Muslim Brotherhood supporters sentenced to death on charges that included the killing of a policeman (...)
25 April 2014
Increased repression and criminalization of social protest and the violation of labor, economic and social rights resulting from the organization of the 2014 FIFA (...)
23 April 2014
April 9, 2014 marked the first year in office of Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto as President and Deputy President of Kenya, a year marked by worrisome cases of (...)
15 April 2014
FIDH and MBDHP welcome the decision of the African Court of Human and Peoples’ Rights in the affair concerning the assassination of the Burkinabe journalist, Norbert (...)