Mercenaries in Bahrain: The cruel crackdown of the uprising – An analysis on the recruitment of foreign mercenaries by Bahrain authorities in order to curb anti-regime protests (April 2014)
Shuracracy As Islamic Democracy: The Failure of the Bahraini Constitution – Caterina Aiena provides an analysis of the Islamic consistency with democracy through the principle of Shura (consultation) with particular regard to the Bahrain constitution 2009 (April 2014)
Three years and counting: The Bahrain revolution and its imprisoned leaders – Caterina Aiena provides an overview of false imprisonment of political opponents (February 2014)
Submission to inquiry on Bahrain – Submissions from IHRC for inquiry into the FCO’s foreign policy towards Bahrain (December 2012)
Concerns Regarding the Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry (BICI) – The Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry was set up by royal decree on 29 June 2011 in order to investigate the civil and political unrest that has gripped the kingdom since pro-reform protests erupted in February of the same year (November 2011)
Emergency Briefing on the Human Rights Situation in Bahrain – highlighting suppression of human rights by the Bahrain ruling family (May 2011)
Briefing Note: Bahrain – Bahraini government has launched an inexorable wave of repression against civil society groups in advance of the scheduled 23rd October 2010 parliamentary and municipal elections (September 2010)
Reports and Books
BROKEN PROMISES: Human Rights, Constitutionalism and Socio-economic Exclusion in Bahrain – Omar F. Ahmed’s report looks into the contentious issues of constitutionalism and democratic reform within Bahrain.
Bahrain: Open Letter to UN Special Rapporteur on situation of HR defenders
URGENT ALERT: Bahrain – Dr Al-Singace, Human Rights activist arrested on return to Bahrain
Open letter to Khalifa bin Sulman Al Khalifa, prime minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain.