- SPECIAL REPORT: Yemeni journalists and human rights defenders at risk during wartime
- Torture and Abuse in Prisons in the United Arab Emirates
- Hear their Voices: Alarming Times for Human Rights Defenders in the Gulf Region & Neighbouring Countries / GCHR 2014 Annual Report
- Iraqi Kurdistan: No safe haven for human rights defenders and independent journalists
- OHCHR, the Human Rights Council and the Gulf Countries: An Analysis of actions undertaken since 2011
News from International Organizations
- Joint NGO Letter: Human Rights Situation in Bahrain To Permanent Representatives of Member and Observer States of the UN Human Rights Council
- Rights groups call on UK to press Bahrain to release human rights defenders
- More Than 150 Organisations call on king to release Bahraini activist Maryam Al-Khawaja
- UAE: Cameron Should Press Rulers on Torture
- Report on Bahrain’s Attorney General Dr. Ali bin Fadhel Al - Buainain and his position in the International Association of Prosecutors
Written by HRDs and Journalists
Human Rights Defender Nabeel Rajab received the Advocacy Award from Index on Censorship
Index On Censorship - 29 March 2012
Human rights defender Nabeel Rajab, director of the Gulf Centre for Human Rights and Bahrain Centre for Human Rights have received the Advocacy Award from Index on Censorship. The Advocacy Award has been given to the Bahrain Centre for Human Rights.
The Advocacy Award, recognizes campaigners or activists who have fought repression, or have struggled to challenge political climates and perceptions.
The Bahrain Centre for Human Rights (BCHR) has played a crucial role in documenting human rights violations, political repression and torture in the gulf kingdom. Despite efforts to silence and discredit it, the BCHR has kept international attention on the brutal government crackdown that began last February.