The Norwegian Helsinki Committee, the Italian Federation for Human Rights and the Arrested Lawyers Initiative called on the General Assembly of INTERPOL for legal and structural reforms to ensure that Interpol’s leaders adhere to high moral standards. In a joint… Read More ›
45 NGOs call on Interpol General Assembly to implement long overdue reforms
On the eve of the 89th General Assembly of the INTERPOL, 64 civil society organisations and individuals including renowned human rights activists, MPs and MEPs called for further reform to ensure that the INTERPOL complies with the Universal Declaration of… Read More ›
The Philippines: attacks against lawyers further escalating
The Arrested Lawyers Initiative joined thirty organisations that involve lawyers’ organizations, bar associations and human rights NGOs to sign a joint statement on the escalating attacks against lawyers in the Philippines.
Joint Statement: NGOs call on the EU to consider sanctioning Turkey’s human rights abusers
Statement on European Union’s new Global Human Rights Sanctions (The Magnitsky Law) and Turkey We, the undersigned organizations, welcome the European Union’s new Global Human Rights Sanctions (The Magnitsky Law) regime which will enable the EU to address serious human… Read More ›
Joint Statement: Free Nasrin Sotoudeh
Together with 25 organisations, the Arrested Lawyers Initiative has called on the Iran authorities to release lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh and withdraw all charges against her, vacate any convictions and sentences imposed on her, and put an end to all acts of harassment against her.
Press Release: Launch of Turkey Human Rights Accountability Project
Launch of Turkey Human Rights Accountability Project aimed at Sanctioning Human Rights Abusers in Turkey Using the United Kingdom’s Global Human Rights Sanctions Regulations