Category Archives: Freedom of assembly

What Today’s Abolition of Bahraini Opposition Group Means for the Kingdom and the United States

Today a Bahraini court dissolved the country’s largest opposition group. The move is a sledgehammer in the face of... more

Return of Electronic Witch Hunt in Bahrain Leads to Arrest of Ali Abdulraheem

14 July 2016 – The Government of Bahrain is targeting public sector employees found in... more

Duraz: A Community Under Siege

12 July 2016 – On 20 June, Bahrain’s Ministry of Interior revoked the nationality of... more

Further Security measures and arrests to control protests as crackdown on activism is heightened in Bahrain

The Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR) condemns the Bahraini authorities’ continued crackdown on peaceful... more

Fundamentalism’s impact on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association

In recent years, there has been a perceived rise in the expression of fundamentalism in... more

Bahrain: Civilian Shot By Police With Teargas Canister Dies After Two Month Coma

The Bahrain Center for Human Rights expresses its concern for the authorities continued practice of... more

Amnesty Int’l: Bahrain: New decrees ban dissent as further protests organized

Two new emergency decrees issued by the King of Bahrain last night, which include the... more

Freedom of Assembly in Bahrain: Domestic Law and Practice Violates International Law Obligations

LRWC prepared a brief, endorsed by the Canadian Journalists for Free Expression and the Bahrain... more