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Amnesty International - Human Rights in Bahrain [English][Arabic][French]. 2006
Bahrain - Report of the Working Group on the Universal Periodic Review [English]. 2008
This is the national report of the working group on the Universal Periodic Review (UPR), established in accordance with Human Rights Council resolution 5/1 of 18 June 2007 and submitted in accordance with paragraph 15 (a).
Bahrain: the Annual Report on Human Rights [English]. 2000
This report reviews the constitutional, legislative and political frame work of Bahrain, describes human integrity and dignity and denounces the abuse of civil and political rights.
Bahraini Women In Figures [Arabic]. 2006
This study discusses statistical findings pertaining to advances achieved by Bahraini women in the spheres of health and education as well as in economic, social and political spheres.
Human Rights Watch: Bahrain [English][Arabic][French].
International Labour Organization – Bahrain [English].
A search output of the United Nations International Labour Organization database, NATLEX, of Bahrain's national laws related to human rights, conditions of employment, economic and social development, industrial relations, labor administration, occupational safety and health, social security, training and other provisions by category of persons and by sector of economic activity, as well as the ILO’s ratified conventions.
Making Children's Rights Work: Country Profile on Bahrain [English].
Routine Abuse, Routine Denial: Civil Rights and Political Crisis in Bahrain [English]. 1997
Human rights abuses in Bahrain are wide-ranging and fall into two basic categories. The first relates to law enforcement and administration of justice issues. The second relates to the broad denial of fundamental political rights and civil liberties, including freedom of expression, freedom of association and assembly, and the right to participate in the conduct of public affairs. The resulting unrest has increasingly taken on the coloration of a sectarian conflict between the majority Shi`a population and the Sunni ruling family and military-political establishment.
Submission of the Redress Trust to the Meeting on Bahrain: The House of Lords [English]. 2004
REDRESS presents these submissions to Bahrain in order to contribute to discussions and debate on Decree 56 of 2002, which purports to grant a blanket amnesty to all officials who allegedly perpetrated crimes of torture and other crimes in relation to “offences that endangered or pose a threat to state/national security” under Decree 10 of 2001 and which fell within the jurisdiction of the State Security Court.
U.S. Department of State - Country Reports on Human Rights Practices [English].
Women Migrant Domestic Workers in Bahrain [English]. 2001
This study identifies practices and patterns that are the key causes for women domestic migrant workers’ vulnerability in Bahrain and provide alternative approaches for effective means for action. It is a part of the International Migration Papers (IMP), a working paper series designed to make quickly available current research of International Labour Office’s International Migration programme on global migration trends.
Women's Rights in the Middle East and North Africa - Bahrain [English][Arabic]. 2009
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