Torture and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment must stop. Those responsible for authorizing it must be held accountable.
Ensuring that the practices of Big Business don't negatively impact the human rights of people in the regions in which they operate.
The campaign for International Justice demands truth, justice, and full reparations for victims of serious human rights violations.
Centuries of racism and dispossession have denied Indigenous Peoples all around the world the opportunity to enjoy their basic human rights.
Regardless of their status in a country, both regular and irregular migrants have human rights that need to be recognized and respected.
Human rights are universal, however, access to those rights is not universal. Women face distinct barriers to realizing their rights because they are women.
All people, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity should enjoy equal human rights.
Nations must stop allowing the irresponsible transfer of arms used in serious human rights abuses and be made accountable to the international community.
Government actions must conform with international human rights law including protections against torture, and arbitrary arrest and detention.
Social and economic rights are concerned with basic human needs—for food, shelter, water and for the means to provide those things for oneself.
The death penalty is a violation of the right to life and the right not to be subject to cruel or inhumane treatment or punishment.
Access to services and care needed to live a healthy life, but these rights are often violated through restrictions, lack of access, discrimination, and poor quality healthcare.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and subsequent International Conventions are the foundation of our international system of protection for human rights.