Human Rights

    Can blockchain technology alone end child labour in Cobalt mines?

    Can blockchain technology alone end child labour in Cobalt mines?

    Feb 2, Oslo:As our demand for smartphones and lithium batteries grows so does the demand for...

    China,Russia and Iran condemn US Nuclear plans

    China,Russia and Iran condemn US Nuclear plans

    Feb 4, Beijing: China has called on the US to drop its "Cold War mentality" after...

    Iranian Activists call for release of two women political prisioners Atena Daemi and Colrokh Iraee

    Iranian Activists call for release of two women political prisioners Atena Daemi and Colrokh Iraee

    Jan 31, Tehran: In Iran, the regime has an intense level of enforcement on those who speak out...

    Myanmar makes preparations to take back Rohingya refugees from Bangladesh

    Myanmar makes preparations to take back Rohingya refugees from Bangladesh

    Jan 22, Dhaka: The Authority of Myanmar is making final preparations to take back the first...

    Trump denies using crude words against migrants

    Trump denies using crude words against migrants

    Jan 12, Washington DC: The US President Donald Trump today denied using insultive words about...

    Nigeria: Labour union protest against workers sack

    Nigeria: Labour union protest against workers sack

    January 11, Kaduna: Nigerian Labour Union (NLC)‎ and Nigerian Teachers Union alongside...

    The Darker side of all that glitters: Do you know if your if your Jewelry is Child Abuse free?
    Feb 12, Oslo: As Valentine’s Day arrives, brining with joy and love, we rush to stores to... Full article
    Can blockchain technology alone end child labour in Cobalt mines?
    Feb 2, Oslo:As our demand for smartphones and lithium batteries grows so does the demand for... Full article
    Nigeria:  Governor's Wife condemn stigmatization against children with Autism
    Dec. 8, Sokoto: In commemoration of the "International Day of Persons with... Full article
    Houthi rebels recruit fighters as young as 15: Amnesty
    Feb.28, Sanaa: Amnesty International has said Yemen's Houthi rebels are recruiting fighters as young as 15, including by using religious schools to lure teenagers into their ranks without their parents' knowledge.  The rights group Amnesty International described the "appalling" practices in a report released on Tuesday, citing family members of four boys - aged 15 and 17 - who were recruited by the rebels. "It is appalling that Houthi forces are taking... Full article