November 29, 2012
The National Security Law: Curtailing Freedom of Expression and Association in the Name of Security in the Republic of Korea
Since 2008, the South Korean authorities have increasingly used vaguely worded clauses of the NSL to arbitrarily target people or organizations perceived to oppose government policies.
February 28, 2012
As the net of repression widens in Iran, this report shows how Iranian authorities are hiding human rights violations and isolating people from the rest of the world.
June 29, 2009
Following the murder of a prominent newspaper editor in March 2005, President Ilham Aliyev stated that â€œthe rights of...