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On 18 November, Amnesty International claimed that the trial of Moroccan activists who had used mobile application on citizen journalism is a blatant attack on freedom of expression.
A new online monitoring tool that provides citizens with the opportunity to take a virtual tour around the police station has been introduced by India’s police authorities.
Participants of OSCE/ODIHR meeting focus on challenges for human rights defenders in Western Balkans
On 16 November, аt a meeting in Belgrade more than 30 activists, experts and representatives of civil society organizations from the Western Balkans came together to discuss challenges faced by human rights defenders working in the region.
The Afghan government should reject a new law that permits indefinite detention of security suspects without trial, Human Rights Watch said on 15 November.
The Committee to Protect Journalists calls on the president of Togo to block a proposed article in the country's penal code that would threaten press freedom.
On 11 November, Slovenia began erecting a razor-wire fence along its border with Croatia to control the influx of migrants, as European and African leaders gathered in Malta to seek long-term solutions to the flow of people making their way across Europe.
Amnesty International: UN Security Council must press Burundi authorities to tackle human rights crisis
United Nations Security Council meeting on Burundi’s ongoing political and human rights crisis must include a clear and robust call on Burundian authorities to ensure people’s safety and to end the crisis, Amnesty International said on 10 November.
On 9 November, the head of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Irina Bokova today condemned the killing of two Syrian citizen journalists.
In the wake of recent violence against publishers, writers, bloggers and civil society groups by extremists in Bangladesh, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights today condemned the acts and urged the Government to take "urgent, concerted measures to ensure the protection of all those who are being threatened by extremists operating in the country."
Ireland is the 39th country to sign the Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence, also known as the Istanbul Convention.