Human Rights

    'Time running out' for 1.4 million children in 'man-made' crises in Africa: UNICEF

    'Time running out' for 1.4 million children in 'man-made' crises in Africa: UNICEF

    Feb.22, Sanaa: Almost 1.4 million children are at imminent risk of death due to severe acute...

    Hong Kong ex-leader Donald Tsang sentenced to 20 months for corruption

    Hong Kong ex-leader Donald Tsang sentenced to 20 months for corruption

    Feb.22, Beijing: A former leader of Hong Kong was sentenced to 20 months in prison for...

    US: Trump steps up security aide search, focuses on health care

    US: Trump steps up security aide search, focuses on health care

    Feb.20, Washington: US President Donald Trump brought more contenders for national security...

    Imprisoned Activist Earns Human Rights Award in Saudi Arabia

    Imprisoned Activist Earns Human Rights Award in Saudi Arabia

    Feb.20, Beirut: The Law Society of Upper Canada’s selection of the imprisoned Saudi human...

    Immigration rallies held around US cities to support Muslims

    Immigration rallies held around US cities to support Muslims

    Feb.20, NY: Demonstrations were held in cities around the United States this weekend to support...

    What will happen to free speech in Ecuador after the presidential election?

    What will happen to free speech in Ecuador after the presidential election?

    Feb.19, NY: Reporters Without Borders (RSF) hopes Ecuador's next leader will quickly end the...

    'Time running out' for 1.4 million children in 'man-made' crises in Africa: UNICEF
    Feb.22, Sanaa: Almost 1.4 million children are at imminent risk of death due to severe acute... Full article
    ECHR issues warning to Norway over child welfare service
    Feb.16, Oslo: Eight Norwegian child welfare cases have been heard by the European Court of Human... Full article
    US: Actor Ashton Kutcher urges end to child sexual exploitation
    Feb.16, Washington: US actor and human rights campaigner Ashton Kutcher has urged lawmakers to... Full article
    UN commemorates 20 years of protecting children in armed conflicts
    Feb.9, NY: Top officials from the United Nations and the international community on Wednesday applauded two decades of efforts to protect children from the scourge of war by marking the 20th anniversary of General Assembly resolution 51/77 (1997) on promotion and protection of the rights of children. In an informal meeting of the 193-member Assembly in New York, the UN body’s President, Peter Thomson, called the resolution “a landmark development in our global efforts to... Full article