A new pan-Gulf human rights organisation has been formed by founding members including two Bahraini campaign groups.
The Gulf Association for Rights and Freedom (GARF) is a Bahraini initiative that includes the Bahrain Human Right
Rights activists in Bahrain have launched their own "I Can't Breathe" campaign, taking up a slogan adopted by American protesters outraged by the police killing of an African-American man.
However, the term is not being used in Ba
US officials have lost the right to criticise others now that their own grisly detention and interrogation methods have been exposed, according to Bahraini activists.
Shocking revelations about the extent of the Central Intelligen
Burgan Bank, a leading commercial bank by assets in Kuwait, has completed its capital increase through a rights issuance announced earlier.
The bank’s shareholders have subscribed in the capital increase during the designate
A major human rights award will be presented to two Bahraini institutions by the European Union (EU) in a ceremony next week.
The Interior Ministry Ombudsman and the National Institution for Human Rights (NIHR), Bahrain's main
Bahrain has been praised for its 'real efforts' in the area of human rights by the UK government.
In its latest Human Rights and Democracy Report, the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) outlined the steps taken by B
Bahrain’s main rights watchdog opened up its records to share its annual report with envoys from around the world.
The National Institution for Human Rights (NIHR) met a host of ambassadors at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Manam
Bahrain's main rights watchdog appointed by His Majesty King Hamad has accused some government agencies of failing to co-operate.
The National Institution for Human Rights (NIHR) said it received 118 complaints from the public
Outgoing UN rights chief Navi Pillay rebuked the UN Security Council on Thursday for putting short-term geopolitical concerns and narrowly-defined national interests ahead of intolerable human suffering and grave breaches of global peace and sec
Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in Bahrain, including human rights groups, have been given a week to submit their analysis on the country's rights record, which will come under scrutiny in Geneva next month.