Daraj Media: Migrant Domestic Workers in Lebanon …”Fight to Survive”

Migrant Domestic Workers in Lebanon… Fight to Survive For decades, migrant domestic workers in Lebanon have been struggling for their…

ETHIOPIAN VICTIMS OF WAR SUE THE STATE

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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,…

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 hosts panel side event to the UN Human Rights Council’s 51st Regular Session, ‘Justice for the Victims of the Conflict in Tigray and Northern Ethiopia’

On 23 September 2022, LAW hosted an online panel discussion ‘Justice for the Victims of the Conflict in Northern Ethiopia…

Jakarta Post: All eyes on Indonesia’s Constitutional Court which could be on verge of making history

All eyes on Indonesia’s Constitutional Court which could be on verge of making history

LAW hosts a side event to the UN Human Rights Council’s 51st Regular Session titled “Two Years Since the Beirut Port Explosion: Will justice ever be served?”

On 29 September 2022, LAW hosted an online panel discussion “Two Years Since the Beirut Port Explosion: Will justice ever…

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…

Rethinking Accountability – Champions of Justice: Rohingya Women are Leading the Fight for Accountability for International Crimes by Antonia Mulvey

As the world marks the 5th Rohingya Genocide Remembrance Day on the 25th of August, it is Rohingya women who are playing…

Geneve International: THE INTERVIEW | SAMUEL EMONET

Sam Emonet, the Executive Director of Justice Rapid Response (JRR), described LAW as one of the “best civil society organizations…

The Telegraph: UK will support Rohingya ‘genocide’ court case as refugees mark five years since fleeing Myanmar

UK will support Rohingya ‘genocide’ court case as refugees mark five years since fleeing Myanmar

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