Standing up for human rights, only when it suits us
China’s brutal dictatorship is without doubt one of the
UN: pushbacks violate human rights, are incompatible with state obligations
Migrant pushbacks result in human rights violations and are
Outrage, demands for action after Belarusian journalist arrest on hijacked Ryanair flight
The international political, media, and human rights communities are
‘Political will to enact change has never been more urgent’
More than 500 lives have been lost so far
Dodger’s gone, Dodge City remains
Babylon had Hammurabi. Judaism had Moses. Classical Athens had
Reporters Without Borders files charges against Saudi Arabia over Jamal Khashoggi murder
International press freedom organisation Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has
Council of Europe says Malta fails basic human rights obligations for minorities
The Maltese government has failed to collect any data
The legacy of a few men
The world is aware that Malta, under the premiership
Former European Court Judge Giovanni Bonello slams the Attorney General’s track record
Former judge at the European Court of Human Rights
Respect human rights? It depends…
Late last month, our justice minister announced the government’s
EXCLUSIVE: Prime Minister to spend €1m a month to detain migrants on ship
The government will be paying €33,500 a day, or
Relatives of asylum seekers who died at sea file judicial protest against Abela
The relatives of two asylum-seekers who died at sea
A hierarchy of rights 
In many places across the world, we are witnessing
Surge in racist and hate speech online following government decisions
Online hate has surfaced repeatedly over the past few
Over 100 press freedom violations in the EU since COVID-19
More than 100 press freedom violations have been registered
Get off that high horse, Bobby
Repubblika, the civil society organisation that has become Prime
Letter to my future child
Dear child, God willing you will be breathing your
Repubblika members receiving ‘unprecedented levels’ of online hate following PM speech
Civil society group Repubblika said its members have received
‘Unlawful and despicable’ – NGOs call for migrants in distress to be saved
Over 20 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have called on the
Keeping our eyes on the ball: human rights in the time of COVID-19
Guest op-ed from IFEX Executive Director, Annie Game. For
Redefining ‘normality’
Within a few weeks of his election, Prime Minister
UPDATED: Prime Minister stalls on Mizzi amid calls for people to return to the streets
Updated to include statement by Repubblika. After civil society
Experts slam Saudi execution of five men for Khashoggi’s murder
The decision to execute five men by Saudi Arabia
‘Ideals we constantly strive for’ – exhibition celebrates human rights
Posters depicting strong statements regarding human rights by six
Refugee Commissioner has no opinion on Gafa’s secret migrant deal with Libya
The Commissioner for Refugees, Roberta Buhagiar, has no opinion
Malta faces infringement proceedings on protection of women and children
The Maltese government is facing infringement proceedings for its
‘The cycle of abuse against female journalists in Malta is repeating itself’
“The cycle of abuse against female journalists in Malta