As a part of the project initiated by Dr. Krusch-Grün, and funded by a grant of the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs in relation to Civil-Society-Cooperation.
The latest invasion of Syria by Turkey and Islamist militias associated with it has been associated with outrageous human rights violations; in particular the expulsion of Kurds, Christians and Yazidis.
The Ukrainian Section of the ISHR is working in the field of observance of the right to a fair trial in Ukraine. We started this work in 2017, and since then we have been constantly improving on the quality and quantity of the monitoring.
EU support drives human suffering in detention centers; 17,500 deaths in the Mediterranean since 2013
On September 2, 2015, the lifeless body of 3 year old Syrian refugee Alan Kurdi washed up on a beach in Turkey; the photo of his body became a symbol for the tremendous loss of innocent lives of those desperate enough to risk crossing the Mediterranean Sea from the Middle East or North Africa to reach Europe.
Christian activists in the United States are urging the US government to implement a “Plan Nigeria”, based on its military/economic Plan Colombia.
The mindless xenophobic violence against Nigerians and other African immigrants in South Africa is igniting social media conversation about what one might call global Naijaphobia, that is, the mass resentment of Nigerians in many parts of the world.
The President of the International Society for Human Rights (ISHR), Thomas Schirrmacher, visited the Memorial Hall for the victims of the Massacre of the Japanese invaders 1937/1938 in Nanjing (China).