HUMAN RIGHTS

HUMAN RIGHTS

Revealed: Britain Spent Thousands Training a Bahraini 'Monster' Cop

A Bahraini police officer who allegedly ordered the assault of top pro-democracy activists on a demonstration was trained in Belfast at taxpayers' expense.
Phil Miller
8.23.18
HUMAN RIGHTS

Police in Dictatorships Are Still Getting British Training

Members of Durham Constabulary went on a trip to Bahrain and posed for pictures with an officer in charge of a police station in which torture is alleged to have taken place.
Phil Miller
7.27.18
politics

The Windrush Scandal Shows Why the 'Hostile Environment' for Migrants Must End

We should talk less about "good" migrants who deserve to stay, and more about fundamental human rights.
Gracie Bradley
4.19.18
HUMAN RIGHTS

Britain Trained a Bahraini Police Chief Who Presided Over Abuse of Political Dissidents

Once again, British police are providing training to cops in tyrannical regimes.
Phil Miller
4.6.18
Australia Today

We Met the Australians Trying to Prosecute Aung San Suu Kyi For War Crimes

As Myanmar's state counsellor, the lawyers allege she's directly responsible for more than one million Rohingya people fleeing the country.
Liam Armstrong
3.20.18
British Values

The Yarl's Wood Hunger Strike Is a Rallying Cry Against State Racism

It is our collective responsibility to keep shouting for these women.
Kieran Yates
3.13.18
climate change

The Woman Going After Big Energy for the Typhoon That Killed Her Family

Can polluters be held legally responsible for the damage wrought by climate change? We may find out soon.
Geoff Dembicki
2.14.18
middle east

How Trump Can (and Probably Will) Botch the Iran Situation

The president has been more vocal in support of the latest round of protests than Obama was. But his travel ban and threat of sanctions mean trouble for activists.
Mark Hay
1.4.18
Tracking Trump's Congress

Making Sense of Trump's Surprisingly Old-School Sanctions Regime

The same president who has praised strongmen across the world is going after corruption and human rights abuses, including by targeting Russians. What gives?
Mark Hay
1.2.18
hunger strikes

How I Felt After a 46-Day Hunger Strike

Lateef Johar Baloch ate nothing for a month-and-a-half to protest enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings.
James McMahon
11.15.17
HUMAN RIGHTS

I Was Kidnapped, Imprisoned, and Tortured in Darfur

Veteran documentarian Phil Cox has visited Sudan several times since 2004 to shed light on atrocities and human rights abuses there. His last visit was very different.
VICE Staff
9.15.17
Dating

Six People on Their Ultimate Dating Dealbreakers

Bigotry, mostly.
Anna Goldfarb
8.15.17