Houthi rebels in Yemen hold dozens of women without bringing them to trial or charging them with a crime, often torturing the detainees and ...
Various kinds of violations have been committed in Yemen during the last 48 hours, leading to several deaths and injuries.A camp in al-Khawkhah ...
Thousands of people marched through German cities on Saturday to protest against EU policy on refugees and support NGOs helping rescue migrants in the ...
UNRWA is, and has been, exposed to unjust campaigns both presently and in the past, while it is in dire need of all possible international and ...
There are more than 3000 'tiger widows' - women whose husbands have been killed by the ferocious animal - in India's West Bengal state. Neglected by ...
This was my second and longer trip to Amman, Jordan. When I first got in and looked at my GPS, I zoomed out to acknowledge how much devastation and ...
Three US Republican senators on Wednesday criticized a law enacted by Egypt to regulate the work of non-governmental organizations as a sign of a ...
Five staff members of the International Medical Corps and two contracted drivers were safely released Sunday, the aid organisation said, a day after ...
The non-governmental organization (NGO) sector was built out of necessity for collective public action toward social development. Over time, it has ...
Country’s House of Representatives is currently discussing a law to regulate NGOs
Paves way for criminal proceedings against defendants that could lead to life sentences
Adopting such a policy would necessitate the dismantling of international NGOs such as the UN and human rights groups
NGOs say 80 per cent of sexual attacks affect children, aged mostly between five and 14
Israeli officials have regularly condemned support by foreign governments for left-wing NGOs critical of the country’s policies towards the Palestinians.
The law will compel the relevant groups to report their main source of income to the NGO registrar
A photo of a dead migrant baby pulled from the Mediterranean was published by a charity hoping to force European leaders to grant migrants safe passage
‘To demand lifting the confidentiality of testimonies would amount to simply demanding the end of Breaking The Silence’: NGO’s lawyer
Egypt has launched a new crackdown on human rights groups
Rights groups have regularly accused Egypt’s security services of carrying out illegal detentions
Around half of the 20,000 Yazidi refugees who settled in Khanke camp near Dohuk are children
Amnesty International described ‘blocking humanitarian aid’ as ‘a serious violation of international humanitarian law’
There are over 1,000,000 Syrians under siege in locations in Damascus
Approval of the draft by the ministerial committee on legislation means that it now goes to parliament
The U.S. Russia Foundation for Economic Advancement and the Rule of Law (USRF) will be banned as its activities present a threat
A survey of 10 global NGOs, U.N. agencies and local charities could not confirm aid is reaching the right people
The United Nations allowed a Palestinian non-governmental organization that it said is linked to Hamas
About 80 percent of the population are now estimated to be going hungry or ‘food insecure’
There is heated debate about whether the decree and amendment will enhance security or clamp down on civil society
We can prove to be the Black Swan, our MoHR will stand a much better chance if it’s kept out of political rope pullin
Kasab, an Armenian town, is strategically important because it is located near the only border crossing with Turkey
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