human rights

 
Gigaba describes home affairs officials' treatment of LGBTI people as 'inhumane, malicious'
Gigaba describes home affairs officials' treatment of LGBTI people as 'inhumane, malicious'
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba said he was shocked to learn on Tuesday that officials from his own department demanded that same-sex couples 'prove' they were gay before they could register their marriage....
Doublespeak in country of the abused
Doublespeak in country of the abused
The Gambia’s justice minister is set to address African parliamentarians on human rights, despite serious allegations of abuses in her own country....
Deaths in detention heighten Gambians' distress
Deaths in detention heighten Gambians' distress
Amid reports of deaths in detention of up to three opposition activists in the Gambia, international pressure is mounting on long-serving President...
UK sex workers’ rights case collapses after five years
UK sex workers’ rights case collapses after five years
A British court case that would have tested the right of sex workers to offer services together in brothels to protect themselves from abusive...
Pakistan grants paraplegic man stay of execution
Pakistan grants paraplegic man stay of execution
Plans to execute a disabled man at dawn on Wednesday morning this week were stayed with hours to go by the government of Pakistan, according...
Diplomatic fracas brews over NGO Freedom Now
Diplomatic fracas brews over NGO Freedom Now
Diplomatic tensions have emerged between South Africa and the Unites States after Pretoria refused to vote for nongovernmental organisation (NGO)...
SA business slammed for rights abuses
SA business slammed for rights abuses
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) has released its first report into human rights abuses in the local business sector.
SA's human rights record disappoints Amnesty leader
SA's human rights record disappoints Amnesty leader
It’s not every day the head of Amnesty International, the world’s venerable human rights organisation, decides to visit South Africa.
[Video]Activism: Why taking a selfie is just not enough
[Video]Activism: Why taking a selfie is just not enough
Technology and social media provide great opportunities for human rights advocates – and for laziness too. We chat to Amnesty's leader Salil Shetty.

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