Iraqis in Pajamas’s new single, “#MahsaAmini,” releases Sept 16, one year since Mahsa Amini was beaten to death, and calls attention to human rights violations in Iran.
Tag: human rights
A call for consistent standards in Olympic participation resonates among advocates who believe that countries and entities endangering LGBTQ+ lives should not have a place
Amidst controversy, Russian athletes navigate conditional participation in international competitions
Balancing credibility and historical accuracy at the CMHR
Addressing Key Concerns: Re-evaluating US Middle East Policy for Lasting Peace
The Armenian government sentenced Azerbaijani soldier to 11 years imprisonment after being held hostage and tortured.
Minister Of Diaspora Affairs And Combating Antisemitism Calls For Dismissal Of UN Special Rapporteur
A scathing letter sent to UN Secretary- General and High Commissioner for Human Rights, Minister of Diaspora Affairs and Combating Antisemitism
The tyranny of the mullahs in Tehran must end
One-sided resolution purported to “incentivize sustainable peace”