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    Recommendations of the Second Round Table for Social Dialogue

    On Monday December 23, 2019, the second round table session for the social dialogue on women’s rights in Jordanian legislation…
    December 9, 2019

    ACHRS Stands In Solidarity with the Iraqi Protestors

    ACHRS stands in solidarity with the protestors in Iraq as they fight against governmental corruption and high unemployment. Anti-government protests…
    December 4, 2019

    ACHRS Condemns U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

    The second meeting of the Executive Committee of the Jordanian Coalition Against the Death Penalty was held on Saturday 30/11/2019…
    December 3, 2019

    ACHRS Condemns the Unfair Living Standards that Many Migrant Workers Face in the Jordan Valley

    According to Jordan’s Civil Defense Department, thirteen Pakistanis were killed by a blaze caused by an electrical fire that swept…
    November 25, 2019

    ACHRS Celebrates the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

    To commemorate the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, ACHRS stands in solidarity with victims of domestic…
    November 19, 2019

    ACHRS Condemns U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

    ACHRS strongly condemns U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for announcing that the U.S. will reverse its stance on Israeli…
      1 week ago

      Jordan: Stepped Up Arrests of Activists, Protesters

      Jordanian authorities stepped up arrests of protesters and political and anti-corruption activists in 2019 as protests against Jordan’s economic austerity…
      1 week ago

      Egypt: Resilient Resistance to Fierce Repression

      Egyptian activists and ordinary people alike demonstrated resistance to brutal government repression during 2019, Human Rights Watch said today in…
      1 week ago

      Bahrain: Worsening Rights Record

      Bahrain’s human rights record worsened in 2019, as the government carried out executions, convicted critics for peaceful expression, and threatened…
      1 week ago

      Saudi Arabia: Unrelenting Repression

      Saudi authorities carried out a sweeping campaign of repression against independent dissidents and activists, including two waves of mass arrests,…
      1 week ago

      Lebanon: Little Action on Corruption, Economic Crisis

      Lebanon’s authorities are failing to address a massive economic and political crisis that is endangering citizens’ access to vital services,…
      1 week ago

      Libya: Reckless Fighting Endangers Civilians

      Armed groups loyal to one of two competing Libyan governments and their international backers are putting civilians at risk with…
      1 week ago

      Qatar: Reform Efforts Fail to Remedy Rights Abuses

      Migrant workers, asylum seekers, stateless people, and women in Qatar remained susceptible to abuse in 2019 despite new laws and…
      1 week ago

      Tunisia: Repressive Laws Cloud Rights Gains

      Tunisia still faces numerous hurdles to protecting its human rights gains nine years after Tunisians ousted the authoritarian President Zine…
      1 week ago

      Yemen: Wartime Abuses Face Global Spotlight

      Yemen’s armed conflict and humanitarian crisis is resulting in unspeakable suffering for millions of civilians despite increasing global attention to…
      1 week ago

      UAE: Dangerous Disregard for Rule of Law

      (Beirut) – United Arab Emirates authorities displayed a dangerous disregard for the rule of law in 2019 with arbitrary detentions,…
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