UK: Premier League Must Consider Saudi Human Rights Situation In Newcastle United Deal
Amnesty is asking Mr Masters to fully consider the human rights situation in Saudi Arabia as part of the Premier League’s owners and directors test.
Amnesty International has written to the Chief Executive of the football Premier League, Richard Masters, raising concerns about the purchase of Newcastle United football club by a consortium of buyers including Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund.
Saudi Arabia /Turkey: Alleged assassination of Jamal Khashoggi in Consulate would set abysmal new low
The international community’s deafening silence on Saudi Arabia’s crackdown on freedom of expression must end and it must demand an immediate explanation from Saudi Arabia’s authorities about Jamal Khashoggi’s fate or whereabouts.
UN agency must keep up pressure on Qatar as government’s migrant labour reforms fall short
The International Labour Organization (ILO)’s governing body must continue to scrutinize Qatar’s record on migrant labour abuse, Amnesty International said, ahead of a crucial 21 March decision on a complaint brought by trade unions against the Gulf state.
Amnesty International India and Markaz Foundation to conduct seminar on safe migration
Amnesty International India and Markaz Foundation, will conduct a seminar for students of Markaz Law College on safe migration practices and improvements to migrant recruitment practices.
Saudi Arabia: Pardons Must Not Include Conditions to Silence Activists
Last night’s royal decree offering pardons for Saudi Arabian prisoners convicted on “public rights” charges will only be a step in the right direction if the releases do not carry conditions, Amnesty International said.
The shocking reason why a Saudi blogger’s public flogging was postponed
Amnesty International has received information indicating that the flogging of Raif Badawi has not been carried out today on medical grounds.
Five ways you can help Raif Badawi
In May 2014, the Saudi Arabia government sentenced Raif Badawi to 10 years in prison and 1,000 lashes. He was convicted of insulting Islam through his writings and on his website, which was set up to encourage public debate
Saudi Arabia set to resume flogging of Raif Badawi this Friday
The Saudi Arabian authorities have an opportunity to improve their appalling human rights record by heeding the international outcry about the public flogging of Raif Badawi and halting it immediately
Muzzling dissent: Saudi Arabia’s efforts to choke civil society
Peaceful human rights activists have been routinely harassed, rounded up like criminals and often ill-treated in detention as the Saudi Arabian authorities go to extreme lengths to hound critics into silent submission
India: Government must value migrant workers for more than the billions they send home
The lack of effective regulation of visa brokers and rogue recruiting agents makes Indian migrant workers vulnerable to serious human rights abuses
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