In 2019, HRMI focused on the protection of fundamental human rights in Lithuania, the prevention of domestic violence, victims' rights, prohibition of discrimination at work, and mental health.
Rights International Spain has released its annual report on human rights, with the reports and resolutions by international bodies about the human rights and civil liberties situation in the country.
Civic space for activism has lost further ground worldwide since last year: today, only three per cent of the world’s population lives in countries with open civic space.
A children's rights expert says she is “deeply worried," about the state of children's rights in the Netherlands.
Overcrowding, lack of work opportunities and acts of self harm continue to blight Italy's penitentiary system.
Rights International Spain has released its annual report on human rights in Spain, which finds that the government made no improvement in implementing key human rights protection despite wide criticism.
Despite of the repeated warnings of international bodies and the objectives of the National Strategy for Roma Inclusion, segregation and discrimination of Roma and Sinti people continues in Italy.
The fundamental rights of Bulgarian LGBTI people, such as freedom of association and the right to peaceful assembly, were attacked in 2014 by both the legislature and the courts.
Europe's democratic shortcomings are more significant and geographically widespread than previously understood, according to the latest overview of human rights, democracy and the rule of law in the 47 Council of...
Violence by care staff against patients with mental disabilities is an everyday occurrence in some facilities in Bulgaria, just one of the alarming revelations in an annual report on human rights in Bulgaria in 2014.