Philippines: New President Brings Little Hope for Justice

Activists efforts to repair the Marcos’ family’ public image, but warn that interest in boosting the country’s rights record is limited.

30 Aug 22

Collaboration, Theft and Corruption: How Russia Tried to Co-Opt Kherson

The occupying forces are appointing local sympathisers to run services and private enterprises in the southern region. But it’s not working out as planned. 

15 Aug 22

Russia Holds Ukrainian Civilians Hostage

Moscow refuses to acknowledge thousands of detentions as prisoners families’ fear for their fate.

14 Jul 22
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