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 Co-hosts “Rohingya Crisis: Prospects for Repatriation” webinar

On 9 September 2022, the Permanent Mission of Bangladesh to the United Nations and other international organisations in Geneva and…

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…

Joint Statement: 2 Years after Beirut Port Explosion, Survivors Call on UN Human Rights Council to Act

August 3, 2022 (Beirut) – We, the undersigned Lebanese, and international organizations, call on the members of the United Nations…

Al Jazeera: Myanmar genocide case to go ahead after ICJ rejects objections

Myanmar genocide case to go ahead after ICJ rejects objections

The Canberra Times: Two years on from the Beirut explosion, I’m still chasing justice for my little boy

Two years on from the Beirut explosion, I’m still chasing justice for my little boy

Middle East Monitor: Report: Rape used ‘systematically’ during Lebanon Civil War

Report: Rape used ‘systematically’ during Lebanon Civil War

The Guardian: Rape used ‘systematically’ during Lebanon’s civil war, report finds

Rape used ‘systematically’ during Lebanon’s civil war, report finds  

LAW and UN Women Launch a Report Investigating Gendered Crimes During the Lebanese Civil Wars

BEIRUT – Thursday 9 June 2022 Legal Action Worldwide (LAW), an international human rights NGO, has issued a ground-breaking report…

LAW Annual Report 2021

Read the Full Report I am very pleased to introduce LAW’s new annual report. 2021 was an extremely busy but…

FairPlanet: The Struggle isn’t Over for Beirut Blast Victims

The struggle isn’t over for Beirut blast victims

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