HRC43 Written Statement: Bahrain’s Continued Failure to Implement its UPR Recommendations

Ahead of the 4nd session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB) submitted a written statement to the Council concerning Bahrain’s continued failure to implement its UPR recommendations. Continue reading below for the full text of the statement, or click here for a PDF. Bahrain’s Continued Failure[…]

Saudi Arabia: Update on the Shame Reform

سجون السعودية

The Ongoing Arrest and Detention of Women Human Rights Defenders In May 2019, Amnesty International marked Saudi Arabia’s disgraceful “Year of Shame” in remembrance of a year’s passing since the arrest of several prominent women human rights defenders (WHRDs). Amnesty International stated that “a year ago, the authorities started locking up some of Saudi Arabia’s[…]

Italian Members of Parliament Palazzoto and Quartapelle Procopio Question Italian Foreign Minister on Bahraini Human rights Violations during State Visit by Bahraini Crown Prince

With growing concern and awareness within the international community regarding the human rights violations in Bahrain, specifically framed within the recent upholding of the death sentences of Mohammad Ramadhan and Husain Moosa, many members of Parliament have begun to press their foreign ministers to issue condemnations in order to obtain respect for, and the safeguarding[…]

ADHRB at the Human Rights Council Drew Attention to the Bahraini Resistance for Democracy, Self Determination and Social Justice

Today, Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB) delivered an oral intervention at the 42nd Session of the Human Rights Council under General Debate of item 4 drawing attention to the requests for democracy, self determination and social justice pursued by the Bahraini people and the harsh repression subsequently implemented by the Kingdom.[…]