Reforms of Indonesia’s Cyberlaw Are Inadequate, Say TrialWatch and ICJR

During its upcoming review of Indonesia, the United Nations Human Rights Committee should push Indonesia to explain why touted reforms to limit the abuse of its cyberlaw have failed, the Institute for Criminal Justice Reform (ICJR) and the Clooney Foundation for Justice’s TrialWatch Initiative said in a submission to the Committee. The Law on Electronic


Bangladesh’s Labour Appellate Tribunal Should Overturn Conviction of Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus


CFJ Welcomes French Court of Appeal’s Confirmation of Roger Lumbala’s Indictment

(Veuillez faire défiler vers le bas pour la version française) The French Court of Appeal confirmed today the indictment of former Congolese warlord and minister Roger Lumbala for complicity in crimes against humanity. The Clooney Foundation for Justice (CFJ) welcomes the decision as a further step towards justice for survivors of mass atrocities in the


‘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)


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


TrialWatch To Monitor Defamation Case Against Thai Journalist Chutima Sidasathian


Clooney Foundation for Justice Appoints New Executive Leadership


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


Indonesian Human Rights Defenders Prosecuted for Discussion of Investigative Report Should Be Acquitted of Defamation


In Malawi, Amal Clooney, Michelle Obama, Melinda French Gates Reaffirm Their Commitment to Ending Child Marriage


Upcoming Trial of Congolese Warlord in France is a Historic Step Toward Justice


Amal Clooney demands law be changed to prosecute war criminals (The Times)


OPINION: Amal Clooney and Rupert Skilbeck on why Britain fails to hold war criminals to account (Economist)