human rights watch

Flagship Tory welfare system fails to account for weekly and fortnightly wages, report says.
The government is using a "poorly designed" system which “threatens the rights of people most at risk of poverty", claims Human Rights Watch.
If we lose this right after Brexit, it will not be the rich who suffer the most, Human Rights Watch advisor Clive Baldwin writes.
Human Rights Watch blamed austerity and Universal Credit for the 'surge in hunger'.
Every company that makes money from the occupation is contributing to the entrenchment of ‘a discriminatory regime’
The next revolution in warfare threatens to undermine our fundamental principles of morality and law
Show trials and arbitrary jailings are becoming the norm
'It is senseless and cruel to ban whole nationalities of people.'
Putting 'the postwar human rights system at risk'.