HUMAN RIGHTS

The VICE Guide to Right Now

South Korea Is Lifting Its 66-Year-Old Ban on Abortions

In a landmark ruling, a South Korean court has ordered lawmakers to revise the ban by the end of 2020.
Mustika Hapsoro
4.12.19
VICE Investigation

The Spy Equipment On Sale to Dictatorships at the UK's Secret Security Trade Fair

As an MP is banned from the Home Office's behind-closed-doors "Security and Policing" event, VICE can reveal the products on sale.
Solomon Hughes
3.8.19
Views My Own

Stripping Shamima Begum of Her Citizenship Is Racist and Dangerous

The Home Secretary is ignoring his own policy in order to posture to the public gallery.
Gracie Bradley
2.22.19
LGBTQ

This Queer Journalist Wants to Unite Human Rights Defenders

After facing deportation from Russia to Uzbekistan, where homosexuality is illegal, Ali Feruz set up a new media network to support journalists covering LGBTQ issues in post-Soviet states.
Jake Hall
2.21.19
vegans

We Asked Vegans If They Should Be Given the Same Protections as Religious People

A tribunal next March will decide whether veganism is a philosophical or religious belief, but what do you lot think?
Salma Haidrani
12.18.18
HUMAN RIGHTS

Win-Win: Support a Human Rights Charity and Get Some Lovely Art

To celebrate 70 years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Amnesty International UK and 'Riposte Magazine' are launching an exhibition tonight in London.
VICE Staff
12.10.18
vice exclusive

The £25 Million Migrant Wage Gap Scandal

Migrants working for £1 per hour in detention centres feel they are being treated like "slaves". VICE data reveals just how much they have been underpaid.
Phil Miller
11.28.18
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
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