LAW & PARTNERS SUBMIT ALLEGATIONS OF MASSIVE HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS IN TIGRAY IN LANDMARK CASE AGAINST ETHIOPIA

On Tuesday, 13 December 2022, LAW and its partners, the Pan African Lawyer’s Union (PALU) and Debevoise and Plimpton LLP,…

“الكرامة ليست بخاصية من الممكن فقدانها أو سرقتها أو إفسادها أو انتزاعها من أحد”

خطة عمل يقودها المجتمع المدني للتصدي للعنف الجنسي والعنف القائم على أساس النوع الاجتماعي أو العنف الجنساني في سوريا يصادف…

“Dignity is not a property that can be lost, stolen, spoiled or taken away”

Civil Society-led Action Plan to Address Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in Syria Today marks the launch of a 13-Point Action…

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…

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…

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…

First criminal case alleging slavery and slave trade of a migrant domestic worker is adjourned, marking the start of defendants’ questioning during coming sessions.

Beirut, 31 March 2022 Today, the third court hearing of a landmark criminal case took place before the Investigative Judge…

First criminal case alleging slavery and slave trade of migrant domestic worker adjourned in Lebanon

Beirut, 10 February 2022 The second hearing in a landmark criminal case alleging slavery and slave trading brought by a…

LAW and Partners File Landmark Case Against Ethiopia for Human Rights Violations in Tigray

PRESS RELEASE   LANDMARK CASE FILED AGAINST ETHIOPIA FOR HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS IN TIGRAY Nairobi, 8 February 2022 Today, Legal Action…

Kenyan women hold protest outside the Kenyan Consulate in Beirut

Beirut, Tuesday 25th January 2022 Kenyan women have been staging a sit-in and protests in front of their Consulate in…

Lebanon Criminal Case on Slavery and Slave Trading is Postponed but Support for Migrant Domestic Workers Grows

Beirut, Tuesday 19 October 2021 The first slavery and slave trading criminal case brought by a migrant domestic worker against…

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