As we mark 75 years since the UN adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) CEO and President of the Fund for Global Human Right, Gabriela Bucher examines how we are falling short of the document’s historic promise, and looks at 5 key areas critical to the future of human rights.
Bond’s Bibusa Musukwa and Rosemary Forest take us through the good and the bad in civic space over the last 12 months, and look ahead to what’s on the horizon in 2024.
Every day around the world people are tortured with specialist law enforcement equipment. A UN expert and civil society are calling for an international response – join Omega Research Foundation in their campaign for a Torture-Free Trade Treaty.
Democracies are only truly effective when all citizens can fully and equally participate. The Commonwealth Parliamentarians with Disabilities Network is helping to realise this vision.
The Anti-Boycott Bill will prevent concerned citizens from using the few instruments they have to call attention to global injustice and refusing to support oppressive practices.
What is the role of All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs) in the international development sector?
The Police Bill Alliance won ‘best collaboration’ at the Shelia McKechnie Foundation national campaigner awards. What made the alliance a success and why does collaboration matter?
Local leaders closest to communities in crisis are yet to be fully represented in forums such as the G7 summit. How can NGOs enable more inclusive discussions at policy level?
Many INGOs are questioning what it means to be locally led. Here are six things Saferworld has learnt from its partnership journey.