Category Archives: Saudi Arabia

Silencing Dissent: The Case of Loujain Al Hathloul and Digital Violence in Saudi Arabia

In the realm of human rights advocacy, few cases resonate as loudly as that of [...]

Saudi Arabia’s Greenwashing on Earth Day

Following International Mother Earth Day, environmental activities and sustainable practices become the focus of global [...]

Waleed Abu al-Khair: 10 years after his unlawful arrest

On 15 April 2014, Waleed Abu al-Khair, a Saudi human rights advocate, lawyer and founder [...]

Rape, abuse, isolation: unveiling the horrors of migrants women’ condition in Saudi Arabia

“He came and raped me. And he continued raping me over the coming months until [...]

Microsoft’s Cloud Expansion in Saudi Arabia: Balancing Innovation with Human Rights Concerns

To improve digital innovation and economic diversification, Saudi Arabia and Microsoft have embarked on a [...]

Censorship in Saudi Arabia – online media restrictions

In an era where digital platforms allow for unprecedented access to information, some nations are [...]

WTA and Women’s Rights in Saudi Arabia

On April 4 2024, the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) finalized an agreement with the Saudi [...]

The nomination of Saudi Arabia for the presidency of the United Nations Women’s Rights Commission

At the end of March 2024, Saudi Arabia was appointed to chair the 69th session [...]

The ban on withholding worker’s passports under the light of the 2020 executive regulations

For decades, migrant workers who moved to Saudi Arabia have faced hardships in seeing their [...]

Silent Slaughter: The Untold Tragedy of Migrants at the Yemen-Saudi Border

Last August, Human Rights Watch revealed that between March 2022, and June 2023 the Saudi [...]