The Case for One State

A courageous critique by Ilan Pappe of the world's refusal to resolve the Palestinian Question based on any theory other than the 'Two-State Solution'.  

Bahrain: Failed Political Experiment; Serious HR Violations

This seminar was organised by Lord Avebury, the Vice-Chairman of the Parliamentary Human Rights Group, on Thursday 21st August 2008

British Anti-Terrorism Policy and the MEK

A critical review of hypocrisy within British anti-terrorist policy over the Mojahedin-e-Khalq (MEK).

India: Submission to the UN Universal Periodic Review

Concerns over treatment of minorities and women's rights in India.

Administration of Afghanistan

With the overthrow of the Taliban regime, the fate of war-torn Afghanistan hangs in the balance. The four Afghan factions, the Northern Alliance, the Pakistan-based Peshawar Front, the Iran-backed Cyprus Group, and the Rome Process representing former Ki

IHRC Newsletter 2002

An outline of IHRC's work over the last year. With details of how to get involved.

The Phillipines: Submission to the UN Universal Periodic Review

Concerns over extrajudicial killings and enforced disappearances in the Phillipines.

Part Two: ‘Post-Saddam Iraq – The Pentagon’s Far-Right Poised to Take...

Further information regarding possible appointees in the post-Saddam administration.

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