INTERVIEWS

CAMEROON | 14.OCT.2022

‘The Anglophone discontent must be addressed through meaningful discussion with all parties’

MEXICO | 13.OCT.2022

‘The problem of insecurity is paramount, but it cannot be solved with militarisation’

LESOTHO | 12.OCT.2022

‘We must work hand in hand to promote democracy and hold our leaders accountable’

ITALY | 09.OCT.2022

‘We anticipate hostility towards civil society working on human rights’

IRAN | 08.OCT.2022

‘Mahsa’s death highlights the struggle women must face just to go about their daily lives’

CAMEROON | 06.OCT.2022

‘The international community hasn’t helped address the root causes of the Anglophone conflict’

EGYPT | 05.OCT.2022

‘We are dealing with an extremely elaborate, very creative repressive machinery’

AFGHANISTAN | 03.OCT.2022

‘The seizure of sovereign assets will worsen the world’s worst humanitarian disaster’

AFGHANISTAN | 30.SEP.2022

‘Lack of dialogue and punishing sanctions are undermining the promotion of human rights’