A human rights lawyer was detained by a Chinese court for defending an adherent of the persecuted Falun Gong meditation practice, but released early after lawyers and citizens [...]
The Soho International Film Festival is running from April 5 to 12 at the Sunshine Cinema. The festival is in its fourth year, and has expanded its social causes film category [...]
Recent developments in Canada’s relations with China was the topic of a forum hosted Monday by Green party leader Elizabeth May and Rev. Majed El Shafie.
Communist officials in Wuxi City have established a large number of illegal “black jails” to prevent petitioners from trying to seek justice in Beijing.
As Chinese dissident Wang Bingzhang languishes in solitary confinement, the communist regime continues to deny visas to his family overseas for visiting him.
Protests over the Sri Lankan Tamil issue continued across Tamil Nadu and Puducherry states of India. The U.N. has estimated that some 40,000 people were killed in the final [...]
“I’m pretty sure this is a state-sponsored attack,” Blasco said.
On March 5 on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., a panel discussion convened intending to pressure the Chinese regime’s new leadership on human rights.
Two Hong Kong political groups will travel to Switzerland next week and deliver a damning assessment to the United Nations on the current human rights situation in Hong Kong.
As the Ukrainian government talks about meeting EU human rights standards, rights groups say its efforts are like a “spoonful of honey in a barrel of tar.”