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Sayed Alawi: Fears of Torture as Arbitrary Detention in CID Continues

Sayed Alawi: Fears of Torture as Arbitrary Detention in CID Continues

7 December 2016 – Since 24 October, the Government of Bahrain has arbitrarily detained Sayed Alawi Hussein Alawi in the Criminal Investigations Department (CID), where he remains in detention. Sayed Alawi’s family has filed multiple complaints regarding his case to Bahraini officials, and continue to fear that Alawi is subjected […]

HRC32: ADHRB discusses abuses in Bahrain’s judicial system

HRC32: ADHRB discusses abuses in Bahrain’s judicial system

On June 16, ADHRB associate Amanda Milani delivered an oral intervention at the 32nd session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva under Item 3.  Please continue reading for full remarks or click here to download a PDF. Mr. Rapporteur, Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain, the Bahrain […]

Bahrain’s Dry Dock Detention Center: Mass and Indiscriminate Punishment

Bahrain’s Dry Dock Detention Center: Mass and Indiscriminate Punishment

10 June 2016 – The Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR), together with Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB), the Bahrain Institute for Rights & Democracy (BIRD), and the European Centre for Democracy & Human Rights (ECDHR), are deeply concerned over the alarming reports of abuse of […]