Published: Dec 29, 2021
MOSCOW - Russias Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered the liquidation of the countrys most prominent human rights organization, the International Memorial Society, in a decision that dismayed rights advocates.
Published: Nov 30, 2021
The Triumph International Worker’s Union led employees from Brilliant Alliance Thai Global to file a complaint with the National Human Rights Commission at the Government Complex in Bangkok on Tuesday.
Published: Oct 18, 2021
Protesters disrupted the flame-lighting ceremony for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics on Monday in Greece, approaching the just-lit torch with a Tibetan flag and a banner that read "No Genocide Games."
Published: Oct 14, 2021
Microsoft, which has faced pressure from employees and shareholders over contracts with governments and law enforcement agencies, agreed to commission an independent human rights review of some of those deals.
Published: Sep 16, 2021
The rapid evolution of artificial-intelligence-based technologies and their adoption by businesses and governments have outpaced efforts to hold them to human rights standards, Michelle Bachelet, the United Nations Commissioner for Human Rights, warned Wednesday.
Published: Aug 04, 2021
The Thai government is preparing its Third Round of Universal Periodic Review (URP) reports to present to the United Nations Human Rights Commission in August-October, government spokesman Anucha Burapachaisri said on Wednesday.
Published: Jun 29, 2021
Two days after the sentencing of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd, which sparked a global reckoning over racism and policing, the United Nations Human Rights Council released a report calling on countries to adopt a "transformative agenda" to fight systemic racism.
Published: Nov 06, 2020
The “Bad student" protest group declared on Thursday they plan to hold an anti-government rally on November 21 on a traffic island near Bangkok’s Democracy Monument. The exact time and location of the rally would be announced later, they said.