On the International Day against Trafficking in Persons, Bahrain: Domestic servants are still in the category of human trafficking

On the International Day against Trafficking in Persons, Bahrain: Domestic servants are still in the category of human trafficking

The United Nations General Assembly adopted on 2013 the 30thof July a World Day against Trafficking in Persons, a cross-border crime that does not stand in a particular country and its victims are millions of people where women, children and ...

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Assessment on Bahrain’s CCPR National Report

Assessment on Bahrain’s CCPR National Report

  July 2018 Below is a report submitted by SALAM DHR yesterday to the UN’s Human Rights Committee -who reviewed Bahrain’s commitment to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) earlier this month. This report now is an ...

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On his International Day: “Nelson Mandela” in the prisons of Bahrain

On his International Day: “Nelson Mandela” in the prisons of Bahrain

On 18 July each year, the United Nations celebrates the International Day of the African Leader Nelson Mandela, in recognition of his contribution to the culture of peace and freedom and appreciation for his values, his dedication to humanity, human ...

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SALAM for Democracy and Human Rights launches its report entitled “Bahraini Law to Protect Society from Terrorist Acts: Legitimizing State Terrorism against Citizens”

SALAM for Democracy and Human Rights launches its report entitled “Bahraini Law to Protect Society from Terrorist Acts: Legitimizing State Terrorism against Citizens”

SALAM for Democracy and Human Rights issued a report entitled “Bahraini Law to Protect Society from Terrorist Acts: Legitimizing State Terrorism against Citizens”. In its introduction, Salam stated that, through legal review, all the articles of criminalization in this law ...

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