The latest from Freedom House:

Freedom House joins prominent NGOs in urging the United Nations and all member states to live up to their human rights commitments by supporting the draft resolution entitled ”Recognizing the role of human rights defenders and the need for their protection.“ 

Representatives of the Government of Sudan and the SPLM-N met in Addis Ababa from November 19-23 to negotiate a ceasefire agreemen, but the negotiations ended without any solutions. 

Sheltering refugees is not just a moral duty. All countries, including the United States and its fellow democracies in Europe, are also legally bound to assist those fleeing war and oppression.

Burundi has suspended 10 local human rights organizations working to promote peace and human rights. 

To maintain its status as an exemplary democracy, the United States must continue to combat bigotry and tackle its deficits regarding equality and access to justice.

Freedom House condemns in the strongest terms the government’s plan to freeze bank accounts of some of the country’s most prominent civil society organizations.

Nicaragua’s government should stop its repression of migrants, as countries in the region urgently need to cooperate to find a solution to this humanitarian crisis.