The European Court of Human Rights is pressing Poland for information and documents in the case of Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, a Saudi national who was imprisoned and tortured at a secret CIA detention center on its soil.
New research reveals that Muslims in Waltham Forest have a stronger sense of local identity than national identity, according to a new report.
The Open Society Justice Initiative welcomed the UN decision, which reaffirms essential protections for the five million children around the world who have no citizenship anywhere.
The Open Society Justice Initiative has joined 12 other groups in urging the European Commission to come forward with promised proposals to set common minimum standards for pretrial detention across the EU’s member states.
The European Court of Human Rights has ordered Slovenia to compensate thousands of people who were “erased” from its list of permanent residents after Slovenia gained independence from Yugoslavia two decades ago.
The European Union has introduced a Strategic Framework for Human Rights and Democracy, an Action Plan for its implementation, and a proposal for a new EU Special Representative for Human Rights.
Human rights organizations including the Open Society Foundations are calling on the president of Equatorial Guinea to take concrete steps to respect human rights, address corruption, and improve transparency.
The combined effects of the new law on nationality introduced in South Sudan, and amendments made in response by the Republic of Sudan, may result in statelessness, argues a report from the Open Society Foundations.
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