Hundreds of women’s rights activist rally to put pressure on British PM to reform Northern Ireland’s highly restrictive abortion rules.
South Korea held its first ever drag parade last weekend, a small but significant step for rights activists in a country that remains deeply conservative when it comes to gender and sexuality.
Investigating judge at the Phnom Penh Municipal Court, Ky Rithy, summoned eight more witnesses in the trial of jailed opposition leader Kem Sokha, who stands accused of treason.
One of Indonesia’s biggest businesses rejects criticism from Greenpeace.
A court in Bahrain revokes the citizenship of 115 people on terrorism charges.
A Thai anti-government movement vows to resume its protests.
The Court of Appeal yesterday upheld insurrection convictions against 11 former CNRP activists and officials who were jailed for their involvement in a protest to demand access to Freedom Park following the disputed 2013 election.
An American man and his Australian wife have been living in Cambodia since the 1990s.
Appeal Court finishes hearing the case of 11 former activists and officials of the CNRP.
The Court of Appeal hears the case of 11 former activists and officials of the CNRP.
Vietnam Courts hand prison sentences to two activists over “anti-state propaganda”.
A Malaysian university contest seeking ideas to “convert” gay students sparked anger.
“No pardons for the CNRP’s former members and activists convicted of crimes”, says PM.
Hong Kong’s best-known young activists were heckled by Chinese nationalists.
Activists in Thailand wore cartoon masks calling junta leader a “liar”.
Activists in Afghanistan are speaking out against corruption and spreading messages of peace and social justice with murals, many painted on concrete blast walls that have risen to ward off militant bombs.
Two Mother Nature activists who were convicted of incitement are released from prison after completing their prison terms.
Two Mother Nature activists who were convicted of incitement may be released today.
The Supreme Court on Friday rejected bail to two activists from the NGO Mother Nature, who did not attend the trial.
Thailand charges 8 civil rights activists with violating the ban on public gatherings.
The Thai junta has filed charges against seven pro-democracy activists who led a 100-strong rally calling for elections.
Court sentences two Mother Nature activists from the NGO to one year in prison.
The total number of land disputes and protests fell in 2017, while NGOs claime activists are afraid of arrests.
The families who once lived around Boeung Kak lake in Phnom Penh have been protesting since 2007.
Two Mother Nature activists charged with incitement to commit a felony and violation of privacy have been denied bail by Koh Kong provincial court.
Two activists with the NGO Mother Nature have been detained for questioning after taking photos of sand dredging.
Activists gather in central Hong Kong to protest the visit of US President Donald Trump’s former top strategist Steve Bannon.