Theresa May's decision shows a glaring disregard for human rights
In travelling to Bahrain May is effectively endorsing the al-Khalifa monarchy's repression of its own people for nothing other than seeking to realise their fundamental human right to self-determination
A draft report by the cross party Committee on Arms Exports Control leaked to the press yesterday said it was likely British weapons had been used to violate international law
The argument that Britain needs to maintain a healthy relationship with Riyadh because this keeps us safe is actually the opposite of the truth
IHRC finds it deeply disturbing that the UN should cave in to what is essentially a campaign of blackmail led by Riyadh.
IHRC writes to Ban Ki-moon concerning the removal of Saudi Arabia from a blacklist that had cited Riyadh for killing and maiming children in its continuing involvement in the civil war in Yemen
The coalition forces have done very little to distinguish between military and civilian targets, with the Yemeni civilian population the main victims of this conflict
Caterina Aiena overviews the war in Yemen and the toll it is taking