Husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is demanding urgent action from Government over his wife’s continued detention in Iran. Protest comes a week after Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s most recent appeal was rejected. Responding to the announcement of a hunger strike outside the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office by Richard Ratcliffe, Amnesty International said […]
The WikiLeaks founder’s life, and the truth, hangs by a thread. The 27th and 28th are crucial as he faces his next hearing in the High Court in London, as the US appeals the earlier decision not to extradite him. Free journalism is in danger. Individuals and groups express their solidarity with someone whom some governments want dead, disappeared or ostracised.
We are a working family receiving a Universal Credit top-up. My partner is a chef in a care home. He is a classically trained chef who in his younger years worked in the West-End at high-class restaurants and private memberâs clubs, catering to the likes of the Prime Minister at […]
It has been five years since the signing of the Peace Agreement in Colombia between the armed insurgents and the Colombian government. The balance could not be more negative and the hopes of reaching peace seem further away than ever.
Rape laws across the Americas are insufficient, inconsistent, and poorly enforced, leaving women at heightened risk of sexual violence. A new report by international human rights organization Equality Now reveals how rape laws across the Americas are insufficient, inconsistent, and not systematically enforced, and put women, adolescents, and girls […]