Category Archives: GCC Member States

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 [...]

Kuwait: behind the façade of International and Human Rights Commitments, the use of Torture has to end.

Stateless Arabs, known as bidoons, protest to demand rights in Jahra City, 50 kms of [...]

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 [...]

Sportwashing in the Gulf

A few weeks ago, the purchase of a football club by a new buyer, a [...]

Invisible Chains: Legal and Structural Challenges Facing Women’s Rights Defenders in Saudi Arabia

Yesterday, on International Women’s Day 2021, ECDHR together with ALQST hosted a panel event on [...]

Free at last? The long road for Saudi women’s rights defenders, post-imprisonment

It was November 2020. Global media were inundating diverse audiences with updates on the heated [...]

Stateless and defenceless – The Bidoon community in Kuwait

Despite its position as one of the wealthiest economies in the world, Kuwait is notorious [...]

Secret prisons and strategic diplomacy: How the UAE masks its human rights abuses in Yemen

Disclaimer: This text was written prior to President Biden’s announcement to halt all offensive military [...]