Human Rights Watch
Activists Aren't Backing Down After Egypt's Massive LGBTQ Crackdown
As queer Egyptians face arrest and police entrapment, activists there told us it's more important than ever to fight government disinformation and propoganda, any way they can.
Is China's Paralympic Dominance Reflected In Their Support For Disabled People?
While China is dominating the Paralympic medal table in Rio, the treatment of disabled people back home still falls painfully short.
Some Indonesians Are Shackling and Imprisoning the Mentally Ill in Sheds
Because mental illness is often thought to be a result of spirit possession in Indonesia, an estimated 18,000 individuals are detained in sheds and backyards for years by their own families.
The Canadian Government Won't Help Journalist Mohamed Fahmy Get Out of Egyptian Jail
A Canadian journalist imprisoned in Egypt has called out the Canadian Prime Minister after a visit by Foreign Minister John Baird failed to end his more than year-long nightmare.
Saudi Women Are Defiant In Their Fight to Be Able to Drive
A 25-year-old activist spent the night in her car after police confiscated her passport for trying to drive across the Saudi Arabia border on Sunday night.