Defending and promoting human rights in Bahrain
A presentation by the Bahrain Center for Human Rights, addressed to the 66th session of the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD), March 2005
Gulf Daily News - 26 January 2005
By ROBERT SMITH
BAHRAIN has been criticised by human rights activists for its track record on combating racial discrimination. Weak...
Gulf Daily News - Vol XXVII NO. 303 - Monday 17 January 2005
By ROBERT SMITH
HUMAN rights activists will send a shadow report to the UN to accompany Bahrain's official...
AI Index: MDE 04/002/2005 (Public)
News Service No: 007
10 January 2005
Manama, Bahrain: Governments of the Gulf Cooperation...
Bahrain, Politics, 11/13/2003
With the great multilevel progress achieved in the last few years in Bahrain, and recognized by many including the opposition,...
A report by the Bahrain Center for Human Rights, September 2003
Introduction and summary of the report
The Kingdom of Bahrain is an archipelago made up of 33 islands, with...
Sectarian discrimination in the kingdom of Bahrain:
The Unwritten Law
A paper Presented to: WANGO ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2003
(Toward an Ethical and Caring Global Community)...
Paper presented by BCHR Vice President Nabeel Rajab to the Annual Conference of the World Association of Non-Governmental Organizations, Bangkok, 25 - 28 September 2003
ROUTINE ABUSE, ROUTINE DENIAL
Civil Rights and the Political Crisis in Bahrain
Human Rights Watch/Middle East
Human Rights Watch
New York Washington London Brussels...
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