Category Archives: United Arab Emirates

The Impact of A Controversial Interpol President on Human Rights and Global Security

The election of Ahmed Naser Al-Raisi as the President of Interpol in 2021 has stirred [...]

UAE hosting COP28 Raise a Multitude of Concerns

The Conference of the Parties (COP) stands as the highest decision-making authority within the United [...]

In the shadow of the Burj Khalifa: the case of Ahmed Mansoor and the whitewashing of the United Arab Emirates

Introduction The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is known for its opulence and modernity, but behind [...]

War crimes in Yemen: a long-overdue call for accountability

Introduction Global discussion has been redirected dramatically in recent months towards the conflict currently taking [...]

Not All That Glitters Is Gold: The Gulf Interference with the EU Democratic Processes

By ECDHR Staff, 13 May 2022   Introduction Over the past decade, the European Union [...]

World Press Freedom Day

An infography on the state of press freedom in the world as well as in [...]

World Day for Safety and Health at Work

28th April 2022 In celebration of the World Day for Safety and Health at Work [...]

International Day for the Right to the Truth concerning Gross Human Rights Violations and for the Dignity of Victims

24th March 2022 As the world celebrates the International Day for the Right to the [...]

Red Flag for Formula One

By ECDHR staff Formula One (F1) has consistently been hesitant to comment on human rights [...]

The GCC sportswashing: F1 Grand Prix continues despite human rights violations

Photo credit: The Independent 14th March, 2022   F1 Grand Prix history with the GCC [...]