1. The Chilean government has undertaken a violative deportation process, putting a number of Venezuelan migrants and their family members at stake.

The process offers no due process including the right to be heard and to present evidence

Click to read more: Human Rights Watch

  1. Disruption in the already fragile social balance and position of women in Afghanistan feared if Taliban’s rule is reinstated. Basic notions of democracy such as gender equality and free speech are not recognised by the Taliban. 

Click to read more: The Conversation

  1. Greece denies the right to education of the asylum-seeking children in clear violation of the EU Directives.

Click to read more: Human Rights Watch

  1. A German court charged a Syrian doctor with crimes against humanity on the basis of the principle of universal jurisdiction. 

Click to read more: The Guardian

  1. Exponential rise in the number of extrajudicial executions in the Warrap state of South Sudan sees the absence of basic human rights of due process of law, fair trial and right to life.

Click to read more: OHCHR

  1. Peaceful demonstrators in Cali are subjected to violence by the government authorities on the pretext of restoring order thereby becoming the victims of severe human right violations

Click to read more: Amnesty International

  1. Protestors in Khuzestan are receiving high death tolls and mass arrests instead of redressal of their grievances by the Iranian authorities.

Click to read more: Human Rights Watch

  1. New law passed to safeguard the elders in New Hawaii imposing penalties on individuals as well as institutions committing crimes against the senior citizens.

Click to read more: The Jurist

  1. Human Rights Activist Tong Ying-kit convicted under the 2020 National Security Law of Hong Kong, a major blow for human rights in Hong Kong.

Click to read more: Amnesty International

  1. Anti-Semitism rises in London due to the May Gaza crisis.

Click to read more: BBC News

News Collated by: Shatakshi Kakkar

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