'Sex education is not brainwashing, it’s not about exposing young people to things they aren’t already confronting'
State media accuses disbarred lawyer Jiang Tianyong of lying about police abusing fellow detainee Xie Yang in pursuit of international headlines
Group says move puts Israel in a group with the ‘most repressive states’ it covers
Liz Truss said the bill would not happen until at least after Brexit
Toxic narratives of blame, fear and scapegoating, coupled with the ‘perilously weak’ global response to the refugee crisis, leads Amnesty to warn that ‘history will judge us’
Open letter says Prime Minister must not be allowed to use leaving the EU as an excuse to also exit the European Convention on Human Rights
Deniz Yücel is one of several journalists arrested after reporting on minister's hacked emails
‘I still carry the bruises sustained from their beatings on my face ... my ribs still hurt’
United Nations warns stranding thousands in Libyan warzone would not be 'humane solution'
'We no longer have a war on drugs'
Pyongyang is under increased surveillance for the prospect of violating human rights
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has paid visits to Oman, Bahrain and Kuwait in the last three months
Exclusive: ‘We didn’t know who they were and what they were going to do,’ says British MSF worker
Exclusive: Ministry of Defence declines to comment on alleged atrocities as training continues
Footage shows women being followed and harassed by men, sparking backlash against police
It remains unclear who is responsible for the alleged kidnappings