Four-day workshop on legal aid held in South Sudan

Between April and October 2022, the lawyers and legal officers operating the Justice Confidence Centres in Juba, Wau and Malakal…

#16DaysOfActivism – Legal Guide on the Law on the Protection of Women and Other Family Members from Domestic Violence

There is now a law that can protect you and help you obtain a protection order. Find out more about…

Tigrayan Victims Secure Provisional Measures Relief in Landmark Human Rights Case Against Ethiopia

Geneva, Arusha, and New York—Monday, 17 October 2022 On 14 October 2022, the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights…

African Commission order Provisional Measures against Ethiopia, in complaint filed by LAW and partners

On Friday 14 October 2022, the African Commission on Human and Peoples Rights (herein the Commission), confirmed its decision to…

LAW Sri Lanka hosted digital security training events for Sri Lankan human rights defenders

On 24 and 30 August, LAW Sri Lanka hosted digital security training events for Sri Lankan human rights defenders. At…

Arab News: Ethiopian woman is first domestic worker in Lebanon to file slavery case against employer

Ethiopian woman is first domestic worker in Lebanon to file slavery case against employer

Letter to UN Human Rights Council on behalf of victims, survivors, and families of those injured and killed by the 4 August 2020, Beirut Port Explosion

On 4 August 2020, Legal Action Worldwide (LAW) sent 47 letters, one to each of the UN Human Rights Council…

LAW published needs assessment report entitled “Ba’adon” in Lebanon

On June 2022, Legal Action Worldwide (LAW) published a report entitled “Ba’adon – The Legal, Medical, & Psychological Needs of…

LAW and its partner inaugurated three legal aid clinics in South Sudan

In April 2022, LAW and its partner the South Sudan Law Society opened three legal aid clinics, termed Justice Confidence…

5 years After the Rohingya Exodus, the Fight for Justice Continues

August 25, 2022 (Cox’s Bazar) – To mark the fifth year since the beginning of the 2017 ‘clearance operations’ in…

The fourth hearing of the landmark slavery case was postponed at the time of growing support and rally for justice.

Beirut, 12 May 2022 Today, the fourth court hearing of the landmark criminal case was scheduled to take place before…

LAW hosts “Justice for the Rohingya: An Urgent Call” panel

On 29 March 2022, LAW and the Embassy of Bangladesh to the United Nations in Geneva co-hosted an online panel…

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