18 September 2014 — Geneva, Switzerland — Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB), in conjunction with 13 NGO co-sponsors, hosted an event at the 27th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council titled “Tracking Bahrain’s UPR Inaction through 2014.” Nabeel Rajab, President of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights and Co-Founder[…]
When a particular government fails to address the human rights issues plaguing its country, people around the world look to the United Nations to speak on and solve the issues created by government inaction. The UN Charter called for the creation of a Commission on Human Rights, which in turn created the Special Procedures of[…]
Overview Americans for Democracy and Human Rights in Bahrain is pleased to announce the release of Slaving Away: Migrant Labor Exploitation and Human Trafficking in the Gulf. The following report will examine migrant labor in Bahrain, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia, documenting how the combination of poor working and living conditions of migrant workers, the consequences[…]
Please join Americans for Democracy and Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB) for a discussion to mark the official launch of its new report, Slaving Away: Migrant Labor Exploitation and Human Trafficking in the Gulf.
On 29 May, Bahrain’s Ombudsman’s office released its first annual report to the Ministry of Interior. The government created the office in response to a Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry (BICI) recommendation, and presented it as proof of the improving system of justice in Bahrain. Unfortunately, the Ombudsman’s report highlights the extensive effort expended by[…]