United Nations (UN) human rights chiefs have been accused of ignoring the terrorist threat facing Bahrain during the opening of the 29th session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva yesterday (June 15).
A joint statement issue
A Bahraini human rights group said it had been targeted by anti-government hackers shortly before it was due to attend a major meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC) in Geneva.
The Bahrain Human Rights Watch Soci
An outbreak of disease among Bahraini cattle that causes chronic weakness and skin lesions poses no threat to humans, officials have said.
In a move to ease fears about the country's food supply, the Agriculture and Marine Res
Bahrain is setting out major plans to combat human trafficking.
Legal measures are underway to bolster Bahrain’s efforts to combat the scourge, it was revealed, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister
A new national strategy for human rights in Bahrain is being spearheaded by parliament.
Meetings with the Foreign and Interior Ministries, the National Institution for Human Rights (NIHR), the Public Prosecution, the Interior Mini
A national hotline dedicated to helping human trafficking victims in Bahrain will soon be launched.
It will also address different complaints submitted by Bahrain's expatriate community, which makes up more than half of the po
DHL Middle East has won the 'Top Employer' certification for the first time, in recognition of its human resources management excellence.
DHL Express centres in the region that earned the honours include UAE and Saudi Arab
Bahrain's huge strides in safeguarding human rights in the face of extreme challenges, were highlighted at the UN in Geneva yesterday (March 4).
It took part in the 28th session of the Human Rights Council at the Palais des Na
Fewer complaints were investigated by Bahrain's chief rights watchdog last year reflecting the country's improved human rights record, according to officials.
The National Institution for Human Rights (NIHR) said it had re
Human activity has pushed the planet across four of nine environmental boundaries, sending the world towards a ‘danger zone,’ according to a study published in the journal Science.
Climate change, biodiversity loss, ch