ICJ and 9 other human rights organizations wrote an open-letter to Prime Minister of Thailand Prayut Chan-o-cha, requesting his government to publish information on the draft amendments to the 2015 Communicable Diseases Act recently approved by the Cabinet and ensure the amendments align with international human rights law. (more…)
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The ICJ today condemned the approval by the Cambodian Peoples’ Party (CPP) of a law which aims to pose obstacles to and restrictions on the activities of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in order to be officially registered in the country. (more…)
On 26 March, 34 constitutional amendments were approved in a popular referendum following their adoption by Parliament. The amendments give the President the power to refer people suspected of a terrorist offence to be tried by military or special courts. Concerns have been raised that the amendments will lead to the replacement of the emergency […]
The ICJ today condemned the move of the Philippines’ House of Representatives to reintroduce the death penalty for drug-related crimes. (more…)
The ICJ today called on the Hungarian National Assembly to reject Bill No. T/333 that, if approved, would risk criminalizing the work of civil society, lawyers and other human rights defenders and lead to violations of the rights of migrants, especially refugees. (more…)
Read the 102nd issue of ICJ’s monthly newsletter on proposed and actual changes in counter-terrorism laws, policies and practices and their impact on human rights at the national, regional and international levels. (more…)