Sheikh Ali Salman, Prisoners of Conscience are Victims of State that don't Recognize Rights and Freedoms: SALAM
Salam DHR issued a report entitled "Who is a prisoner of conscience? Sheikh Ali Salman as a model". It explained in its report that "Prisoners of conscience are the most victims of tyranny in all repressive states that do not recognize public rights and freedoms."
Injustice against Shia in Bahrain is Reality that must End: Yousif Al-Muhafda
On the International Day of Living Together in Peace, the Vice President of Salam for Democracy and Human Rights Yousif Al-Muhafda said in a tweet that Bahrain's Shiites are living "an unjust reality that must end".
Bahrain Continues to Silence and Punish Journalists: SALAM
Salam for Democracy and Human Rights issued a report on World Press Freedom Day, entitled "Bahrain: Silencing Voices First".
67 NGOs Urge Bahraini Authorities to Respond to High Commissioner's Call to Release Prisoners
67 Arab and international human rights organizations - including 18 Tunisian organizations - called on the Bahraini authorities to respond to the call of the High Commissioner for Human Rights for the immediate release of prisoners of conscience and to take urgent and humanitarian measures to confront the spread of Coronavirus.
3 NGOs Demand Release of Prisoners in Bahrain amid Coronavirus Outbreak
Three Bahraini human rights organizations, SALAM for Democracy and Human Rights (SALAM DHR), the Gulf Institute for Democracy and Human Rights (GIDHR) and the Bahrain Forum for Human Rights (BFHR), demanded the release of prisoners in the light of the Coronavirus pandemic sweeping the world.
SALAM President: Int'l Community Called upon to Oblige Bahrain to Stick to its HR Commitments
The president of Salam for Democracy and Human Rights, Jawad Fairooz, said during a press conference that the international community is required to oblige the government of Bahrain to adhere to the human rights obligations and international conventions it has ratified.
Salam Org. for Manama Dialogue Participants: Urge Authorities to Create Atmosphere for Dialogue & National Reconciliation
Salam organization addressed the participants in the Manama Dialogue in a statement in which it said that the rule of law based on an independent legislative authority representing the people and aligned with international human rights conventions and treaties, is essential to achieve permanent peace.
Jawad Fairooz: London Conference is Unified Gulf Voice Demanding Radical Reform in Region
President of Salam for Democracy and Human Rights Jawad Fairooz said the aspired reforms conference in Gulf which will be held in London today will be a unified gulf voice directed to the international society, public opinion and peoples of the region, to demand radical political, human rights and media reform in the Gulf.
Conference on Needed Reforms in the Gulf to be Held Today in London
A number of organizations specialized in the Gulf are holding a conference entitled "The Gulf States: An Aspired Future" to explore current barriers to development and the reforms that should be considered in order to advance the political, human rights and media environment in the sub-region.
SALAM DHR and BFHR Issue Report: No Tolerance for Religious Rituals of Ashura in Bahrain
SALAM for Democracy and Human Rights (SALAM DHR) and Bahrain Forum for Human Rights (BFHR) issued a joint report documenting violations during the Ashura season in Bahrain under the title "No Tolerance for Religious Rituals in Ashura".
Murder and Torture Crimes against Journalists Passed without Punishment: Salam Org.
Salam for Democracy and Human Rights said that executioners in Bahraini security apparatuses, mainly the National Security Agency, enjoy immunity.
Five Executed, Eight at Imminent risk of Execution: SALAM
SALAM for Democracy and Human Rights called on the government of Bahrain to commute all death sentences. These sentences followed trials that did not comply with fair trial guarantees, and in which allegations of torture against those sentenced were not investigated, making their confessions legally invalid.
Salam Discusses Human Rights Issues with UN High Commissioner
A delegation from Salam for Democracy and Human Rights met UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet on Wednesday (September 11, 2019).
Beirut Hosts Tomorrow Conference for Salam on Political Executions in Bahrain
Beirut hosts tomorrow a conference for Salam for Democracy and Human Rights entitled "Political Executions in Bahrain".
On Int'l Day for Elimination of Racial Discrimination SALAM Says: Bahraini Gov't Should Respect UNDRIP
SALAM for Democracy and Human Rights said that the systematic racial discrimination is practiced in Bahrain against many social sectors and components, including Shia citizens.
UN High Commissioner Urged to Investigate Human Rights Situation in Bahrain
London-based Salam for Democracy and Human Rights Organization sent a letter to the UN High Commissioner and President of the Human Rights Council urging them to establish a mechanism to investigate the human rights situation in Bahrain.
Netherlands Should Form Committee of Inquiry in Case of Bahraini Citizen Ali Al-Shuwaikh: Salam
Salam for Democracy and Human Rights demanded the Dutch authorities to form a committee of inquiry into the reasons for rejecting Ali Al-Shuwaikh's asylum request and the reasons for not allowing him to travel to a country other than Bahrain, where he was sentenced to life in jail and revoked of his nationality.
7 Bahraini Detainees Face Death if King Approves their Death Penalties: SALAM Releases List
London-based Salam for Democracy and Human Rights published on Tuesday February 26, 2019, a list including the names of political prisoners sentenced to death in Bahrain.
SALAM Reveals in Report Extent of Judge's Complicity in “Khums”, Ayatollah Qassim Trial
Salam for Democracy and Human Rights released a report on the trial of the religious financial rights of the Shiite citizens of Bahrain.
Bahrain Revoked Citizenships of 40 Citizens during One Month and 20 Days: SALAM
SALAM for Democracy and Human Rights said on Wednesday (February 20, 2019) that the number of citizens whose nationalities were revoked since 2012 reached almost 840 citizens.