UN Cybercrime Convention must not become a tool to undermine international human rights standards

Signatories stress that the Convention should only move forward if it pursues a specific goal... more

Bahrain and Egypt’s National Human Rights Institutions do not comply with the Paris Principles

To: the Sub-Committee on Accreditation (SCA) of the Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions... more

Bahrain Center participates in a human rights consultation with the UN rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and association

A human rights consultation was organized in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, attended by the United... more

Annual report of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and reports of the Office of the High Commissioner and the Secretary-General

The case of Mr. Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja, a Danish-Bahrani human rights defender, was included in the... more

Bahrain: UN expert alarmed by health of human rights defenders in prison GENEVA (15 September 2023)

The deteriorating health conditions of three human rights defenders held in detention in Bahrain was... more

JOINT STATEMENT – THE OBSERVATORY / BAHRAIN CENTRE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS / GULF CENTRE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS

JOINT STATEMENT – THE OBSERVATORY / BAHRAIN CENTRE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS / GULF BAHRAIN: Maryam... more

Violations in July and August reach 300, and arrests reach 22

The past months of July and August witnessed a series of human rights violations amounting... more

Comment by UN Human Rights Office spokesperson Ravina Shamdasani on continued hunger strike in Bahrain prison

GENEVA (30 August 2023) – With a hunger strike by several hundred prisoners over conditions... more

Children Behind Bars

Children’s rights are fundamental to the principles of justice and humanity, as enshrined in international... more

Bahrain Center stands in solidarity with the political prisoners in their strike, and demands that their demands be fulfilled as soon as possible

Bahrain Center for Human Rights calls for the implementation of the demands of hundreds of... more