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  • United Arab Emirates: Stop paying lip service to human rights and release Dr Nasser Bin Ghaith

    United Arab Emirates: Stop paying lip service to human rights and release Dr Nasser Bin Ghaith

    28 March,2017

    28 March 2017
    A coalition of ten human rights organizations today urged the United Arab Emirates (UAE) authorities to immediately and unconditionally release Dr Nasser Bin Ghaith, a prominent economist, academic and human rights defender, who faces a verdict in his case on 29 March 2017. He has been imprisoned in solitary confinement since his arrest […]

     
  • ANHRI welcomes the Criminal Court ruling reversing the 2-year prison sentence against journalists in a publishing case

    ANHRI welcomes the Criminal Court ruling reversing the 2-year prison sentence against journalists in a publishing case

    09 March,2017

    Cairo: 9 March, 2017
     The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) welcomed today, the ruling of Kafr El Sheikh Criminal Court to reverse the two year prison sentence against Al-Wafd newspaper journalists, for allegedly insulting a public official in Kafr El-Sheikh municipality. The decision stated that the lawsuit filed by the secretary-general of Kafr El […]

     
  • Nadeem Center Forcibly Shut Down

    Nadeem Center Forcibly Shut Down

    12 February,2017

    Human Rights Groups Persevere in Their Advocacy Despite Escalating Repression
    The undersigned organizations unequivocally condemn the security forces’ raid Yesterday, February 9th 2017, on the Nadeem Center for the Rehabilitation of Victims of Violence and Torture. Founded in 1994, the Nadeem Center is pivotal to the Egyptian human rights movement; it is the only center to […]

     
  • A new campaign to support human rights defenders and freedom of expression

    02 February,2017

    the first human rights defender chosen is the Tunisian activist Naziha Rjiba to shed light on her human rights struggle.
    (Cairo- Beirut, February 1 2017)
    The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI), Maharat Foundation, and the Gulf Centre for Human Rights, in cooperation with IFEX chose the prominent human rights defender and the brave Tunisian journalist […]

     
  • Closed Until Further Notice  The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information releases the annual report on The Democratic Path in Egypt 2016

    Closed Until Further Notice The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information releases the annual report on The Democratic Path in Egypt 2016

    31 January,2017

     
    Cairo 31 January, 2017
    The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information – ANHRI has announced today the release of “Closed Until Further Notice.. The Democratic Path in Egypt 2016”. A report by “Lawyers for Democracy” initiative about the situation of democracy in Egypt throughout 2016. The report monitors and documents the situation of the democratic path […]

     
  • “Closed Until Further Notice” The Democratic Path in Egypt 2016

    31 January,2017

     
     
    Closed Until Further Notice
    The Democratic Path in Egypt 2016
     The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI)
     
    Introduction
    Throughout 2016, the advocates of democracy and freedoms were always targets for repression. The practices of the authorities during the year showed a real desire to silence the voices of the powers calling for democracy, sometimes under the pretext of […]

     
  • Egypt| The decision to add more than 1,500 Egyptian citizens on terrorism lists is against the constitution and undermines the rule of law and fair trial standards

    Egypt| The decision to add more than 1,500 Egyptian citizens on terrorism lists is against the constitution and undermines the rule of law and fair trial standards

    24 January,2017

    Cairo January 23, 2017
    The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) said today, that the deicision of Cairo Criminal Court issued on 12 January, adding around 1,500 citizens on terrorism lists, travel bans and anticipation lists, violates the Egyptian constitution and clearly lacks all fair trial standards. ANHRI, whether as a legal institution or in […]

     
  • Jordan| ANHRI denounces the blocking of allofjo.net “All Jordan” news website

    Jordan| ANHRI denounces the blocking of allofjo.net “All Jordan” news website

    18 January,2017

     Cairo 15 January, 2016
     The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI), denounced the blocking of “All Jordan” news website allofjo.net by the Jordanian authorities on Friday, January 13, after the website published a story about the arrest of retired Maj. Gen. Mohammed Otoum.
     The news website published a statement yesterday declaring that the website was being […]

     
  • Egypt | Egyptian authorities should release journalist Mohamed el-Shaer

    Egypt | Egyptian authorities should release journalist Mohamed el-Shaer

    12 January,2017

    Cairo October 12, 2017
    The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) said today that the ongoing imprisonment renewal of journalist Mohammed el-Shaer under the pretext that he belongs to the Muslim Brotherhood and disseminating false news, adds to the impositions of restrictions on press freedom and the prosecution of journalists using elastic charges.
    Egyptian security forces have […]

     
  • Bahrain: Nabeel Rajab remains in prison despite court-ordered release

    Bahrain: Nabeel Rajab remains in prison despite court-ordered release

    29 December,2016

     Cairo: 29 December, 2016
    The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) said today: “The ongoing detention of human rights defender Nabeel Rajab, one of the founders of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights, after the court ordered his release yesterday constitutes a continued violation of the right to freedom of expression as well as a crackdown […]