On Sunday, the Maldives’ authoritarian President Abdulla Yameen Gayoom lost a bid to secure a second term.
HRF calls on the Cambodian government to drop charges against Kem Sokha and release him unconditionally.
The Human Rights Foundation condemns sentencing nonviolent activist to five years in prison
Yesterday, the North Korean dictatorship denounced HRF's Flash Drives for Freedom program in its state-run newspaper.
HRF condemns China’s decision to deny a journalist visa to Rajagopalan, who has worked in the country for six years.
HRF urges the Chinese government to respect freedom of speech in Hong Kong. Read more in the Guardian.
New on Cambodia: In a message to HRF, Cambodian opposition leader Mu Sochua confirmed that Cambodia has limited access…
Captain Moe Yan Naing was condemned for testifying that police framed two reporters exposing violence against Rohingya.
HRF strongly condemns the conviction of Vietnamese dissident Nguyen Van Tuc.
“Hey, son of a whore, you commissioner, I need to go to a psychiatrist?” asked Duterte in a speech late Tuesday.
China's parliament passed a law to replace an internal party disciplinary regime, sparking concerns of rights abuses.
Amid fallout from decision to abolish presidencial term limits, censors are cracking down on letters and Orwell phrases.
Dozens of lawyers have demanded that the Chinese Communist Party stop the persecution and allow them to operate freely.
Thailand has charged 8 activists for organizing an anti-junta demonstration that defied the govt's ban on gatherings.
Thailand charged nine leaders of anti-government protests in 2013 and 2014 with inciting insurrection and sedition.