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Bahraini prisoner of conscience Dr Abduljalil al-Singace today hits a milestone 160 days of hunger strike as rights organisations appeal for his freedom. Forty-one international NGOs today released an urgent appeal addressed to the Government of Bahrain to release the hunger striker. Release Prisoner of Conscience Dr Abduljalil al-Singace as
Forty-one international NGOs call on the Bahraini authorities to release Dr Abduljalil al-Singace and all prisoners of conscience in Bahrain.
Join us to mark the 160th day of Dr. Abduljalil Al-Singace's hunger strike
Editor Rachael Jolley mailed the latest copy of Index on Censorship magazine Fired, threatened, imprisoned... is academic freedom being eroded? to jailed Bahraini academic and blogger
The Bahrain Institute for Rights and Democracy (BIRD), English PEN and Index on Censorship gathered outside the Bahrain Embassy in London on Wednesday 29 July 2015 to protest the ongoing detention of Dr Abduljalil Al-Singace.
An art installation and photography exhibition from artists working on the ground in Bahrain, part of Shubbak Festival 2015.
Index welcomes King Hamad's pardoning of human rights defender Nabeel Rajab, but calls for the release of all political prisoners in Bahrain
The Bahraini human rights defender was once again arrested in October 2014 in connection with one of his tweets
Nine Bahraini and international NGOs and the University College Union launched a campaign this week marking the 100th day of detained human rights defender Dr Abduljalil Al-Singace’s hunger strike
Western politicians choose narrow economic interests over the human rights of millions of oppressed people, the jailed Bahraini human rights defender said in a speech delivered on his behalf to the 2015 Oslo Freedom Forum
The decision by a Bahraini appeals court to uphold a six-month sentence against Nabeel Rajab is a sad example of how the country treats freedom of expression.