We have a few announcements for you. Mental Health Awareness Week is taking place from 9th to 13th May. This year, the Mental Health Foundation are raising awareness of the impact of loneliness on our mental wellbeing and the practical steps we can take to address it.
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With 11 January 2022 marking 20 years since the opening of Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp (Gitmo), We have a few announcements to share with you related to prisoners. Author Evening with Moazzam Begg Moazzam Begg was invited to speak at IHRC’s Author Evening about his book, Enemy Combatant. in 2011.
The Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, whilst deeply humiliating for the US, is in and of itself not enough to dent US interfering or ambitions in the region argues Faisal Bodi. Understanding the longer history of the US and its allies meddling in the country is
Some thoughts on the USA and its role in the world. Short and long reads, videos, news clips and audios. If you wan to support our work tackling gross human rights violations in different parts of the world, please visit shop.ihrc.org for relevant books and titles, or the
What does the media coverage and silent complicity of the international community tell us about the assassination of Iran’s senior scientist? Watch this message from our chair, Massoud Shadjareh For further links on this topic see under the video To find out more on this
Book Launch with Saeed A. Khan & Arzu Merali: The New Colonialism – The American Model of Human Rights
Join IHRC for the book launch on Monday, 20 January 2020.
[First published 10 January 2019, edited and updated 12 January 2020] 11 January marks the anniversary of the confinement of the first detainees at the notorious Guantanamo Bay detention facility in the US. The internment camp was established by President George W. Bush shortly after
Available to buy now. Based on IHRC’s conference of the same name, this book presents nine contributions from scholar-activists looking at how human rights as theory and practice have been co-opted by the US as part of brutal, racist and colonial foreign and domestic policies.