‘Severe fair trial violations’ reported in José Rubén Zamora’s case (CPJ)


Amal Clooney, Melinda French Gates and Michelle Obama on Their Fight to End Child Marriage: Exclusive (Glamour)


Obama, Clooney and Gates: ‘We can end child marriage in a generation’ (BBC)


Sedition Laws


The Crime of Sedition: What Comes Next for an Archaic Law?

In this report, TrialWatch  covers recent legal developments, based on publicly available case material and monitoring of sedition cases, in India, Pakistan, Hong Kong, Thailand and Malaysia. In each place, 2024 will be a crucial year for either reducing or expanding the use of sedition to curb free expression.


Guatemala v. José Rubén Zamora

The TrialWatch Fairness Report assigned the trial of award-winning Guatemalan journalist José Ruben Zamora a grade of F. Zamora was tried and convicted in 2023 on charges of money laundering and sentenced to six years in prison.


Trial of Award Winning Journalist José Rubén Zamora ‘Marred by Severe Fair Trial Violations’


TrialWatch To Monitor Defamation Case Against Thai Journalist Chutima Sidasathian


2023 Update


Clooney Foundation for Justice Appoints New Executive Leadership


Deena Katz

Deena Katz is a producer and philanthropist who has spearheaded major social justice movements with a focus on promoting the rights of women, children, minorities and the LGBTQ+ community.  Deena was one of the founders and Co-Chair of the grassroots Women’s March LA, which became the largest Women’s March in the world, with a record-breaking one


David Sagal

David Sagal is the former General Counsel at Warner Bros. Pictures, where he also spent time as an attorney specializing in corporate and finance law and as a business affairs and finance executive. Mr. Sagal has worked in Mumbai, Singapore, New York, and Los Angeles and previously served as chairman of the board of the


Thailand


‘Improper Motives’ Behind Azerbaijani Opposition Figure’s Trial, New TrialWatch Report Finds


‘Improper motives’ Behind Azerbaijani Opposition Figure’s Trial

There are strong grounds to conclude that the trial and conviction of Azerbaijani opposition figure Tofig Yagublu was retaliation for his criticism of government policies.