Human Rights

Human Rights

Criticizing the direction in which America is heading with the wealthiest minority grabbing all the power, the report argued that the once exemplary American democracy is “drowning in money.”Read More →

Abdul-Ganiyu Oyesola Fawehinmi, Gani Fawehinmi - Nigeria News - Nigerian Activists and Lawyer

Abdul-Ganiyu Oyesola Fawehinmi, lawyer and human rights campaigner, born 22 April 1938; died 5 September 2009. Upon completion of his legal education in London, Gani Fawehinmi returned home and was called to the Nigerian Bar in January 1965. Barely a year later, the first republic was sacked by the armed forces.Read More →

Amnesty International - Amnesty NEWS

Patrick Corrigan, Amnesty International’s Northern Ireland Programme Director, said: “Amnesty is deeply concerned at reports that potentially crucial evidence of possible human rights violations in Northern Ireland and elsewhere is being allowed to vanish from The National Archives. Victims of human rights abuses in Northern Ireland have a right to full disclosure of what happened to them and their loved ones at the hands of the state.Read More →