South Sudanese authorities should urgently advance and implement a comprehensive human rights agenda to improve the human rights in the country and address impunity, end repression and ensure rights protection, the South Sudan Human Rights Defenders Network, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch said today in a briefing as the country’s human rights record comes under the spotlight at the Universal Periodic Review (UPR).

Call For Teaching Human Rights Fellowship 2021

ABOUT THE SUMMER 2021 FELLOWSHIP Teaching Human Rights Fellows are leaders in human rights education in their communities. Fellows bring together groups of community members to learn about and discuss […]

Message of Condolences to Maraiam Nakibuuka

It is with great shock and disbelief to learn of the passing of one of HRD powerhouse. Mariam Nakibuuka, a Defend Defenders’ colleague working for the East and Horn of […]

2021 Human Rights Tulip Award

Nomination and selection procedure Read this information in Dutch. The nomination period for the Human Rights Tulip 2021 is open and will end on 20 July at 11:59 PM. The […]