This article was originally published by Waging Nonviolence. Every Sunday for the past six weeks, far-right protesters have been gathering in the small Scottish town of Erskine to complain about plans to house some 200 asylum seekers in a local hotel. However, they are not alone. Asylum seekers in Scotland and their local allies have also been protesting the use of these hotels, and for a much… Source Source / Read More: Inside the Underground Network Fighting for Asylum Seekers in Scotland
Andorra: Defamation charge against activist facing trial for speaking out about women’s rights must be dropped
“I won’t stop speaking out for women’s rights” vows woman rights defender An activist who faces a potential fine after speaking about abortion rights and women’s rights at a United Nations forum, should have the defamation charge against her dropped, Amnesty International said ahead of the organization’s participation in an event on sexual and reproductive […] The post Andorra: Defamation charge against activist facing trial for speaking out about women’s rights must be dropped appeared first on Amnesty International.