Bahrain Bi-Weekly Newsletter: Issue 4

Featured Followers ADHRB features relevant, timely Tweets by its Twitter followers in each newsletter.   International Women’s Day Commemorated March 8 marked the 38th anniversary of International Women’s Day, a day when governments around the world are asked by the United Nations to recognize the achievements of women, and to reflect on the role women play[…]

Bahrain Bi-Weekly Newsletter: Issue 3

Featured Followers ADHRB features relevant, timely Tweets by its Twitter followers in each newsletter.   ADHRB Travels to Geneva Ahead of UN Human Rights Council Session During the week of February 18, ADHRB traveled to Geneva, Switzerland, to meet with UN officials, representatives from UN member states, and civil society leaders in advance of the[…]

ADHRB Welcomes Joint Statement on Bahrain by UN Member States

Washington, D.C. – Americans for Democracy and Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB) welcomes a joint statement by 44 countries today publicly condemning the ongoing human rights violations in Bahrain. The statement was announced by Switzerland before the United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC). This statement—the second to be introduced before the HRC in as many years—received[…]

Bahrain Bi-Weekly Newsletter: Issue 2

Click here to subscribe to the Bahrain Bi-Weekly newsletter Featured Followers ADHRB features relevant, timely Tweets by its Twitter followers in each newsletter. ADHRB Commemorates Two-Year Anniversary of February 14 Protests with Bahraini Activists Mohammed al-Maskati, Maryam al-Khawaja, Jalila al-Salman, and Husain Abdulla in front of the U.S. Capitol building in Washington, D.C. During the week of February[…]

ADHRB Commends Members of Congress for Statements Commemorating the Two-Year Anniversary of Protests in Bahrain

Americans for Democracy and Human Rights in Bahrain (ADHRB) commends the Members of Congress who delivered speeches on the floor, submitted statements for the record, and issued press statements to commemorate the two-year anniversary of the outbreak of protests in Bahrain. “We applaud those Members of Congress who spoke out publicly against the ongoing human[…]