A non-governmental organization that promotes freedom of information worldwide on Monday urged journalists who use Apple iCloud China to stop doing so by the end of the month, when control of their data will pass to the Chinese government.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will present the 2018 Hillary Rodham Clinton awards to individuals who advance women’s role in creating a more peaceful and secure world at a Georgetown University event next week.
The Trump administration has leveled sanctions on 52 individuals from Burma, Russia, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Nicaragua and elsewhere under a new law designed to punish serious human rights abusers and corruption.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) — U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Wednesday called the Myanmar military operation against the Rohingya population “ethnic cleansing” and said the United States would consider targeted sanctions against those responsible.
Government-sanctioned attacks against activists, journalists, and opposition politicians who expose corruption and abuse in repressive regimes are on the rise, according to a new report on internet freedom released Tuesday by an American pro-democracy group.
A report by Chinese human rights lawyer and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Gao Zhisheng has been smuggled out of China, and it reveals the magnitude and intensity of religious persecution that continues in the communist country.
The National Urban League has thrown its weight behind a bill aimed at fighting online sex-trafficking, putting more pressure on Sen. Kamala Harris (D., Calif.) to take a public stand on the bill.
The NUL, a civil rights group that advocates on behalf of African-Americans, said sex trafficking disproportionately impacts minorities—and African-Americans in particular—and argues the bipartisan measure is long overdue, in a letter addressed to Senate leaders.