ICJ promotes international standards on the conduct of investigations with Myanmar police and prosecutors

Washington, March 6 -- On 28 February and 1 March, the ICJ met with senior officials of the Myanmar Police Force (MPF) and the Union Attorney General's Office (UAGO) in Nay Pyi Taw. The purpose of th... Read More

HRC: Congress Must Pass Universal Background Checks

Washington, Feb. 27 -- Today, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) civil rights organization, called on the House to pass H.R. 8... Read More

A South Sudanese Refugee Empowers Women in Ethiopia

Washington, Feb. 26 -- Nyabong Puok is a 35-year-old South Sudanese mother of six living in Jewi Refugee Camp, in Ethiopia's Gambella region. She is one of thousands of South Sudanese who fled their h... Read More

Italy: blocking investigation of Matteo Salvini would undermine the rule of law, urges ICJ

Washington, Feb. 19 -- The ICJ today called for the Italian Senate to allow for the investigation of the Minister of Interior and Vice-President of the Council of Ministers, Matteo Salvini, for his ro... Read More

Training Mothers: Battling Malnutrition at its Source

Washington, Feb. 15 -- Clara Long, Media and Communications Officer A group of mothers in northern Mali have developed an invaluable skill: the power and knowledge to screen and detect early signs of ... Read More

Major Gift to The Met of Peter Doigs Modern Masterpiece Two Trees

Washington, Feb. 14 -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art has announced the acquisition of Peter Doig's monumental landscape painting Two Trees (2017), a gift from George Economou in celebration of The Me... Read More

Bipartisan Ohio Fairness Act Introduced in State Senate

COLUMBUS, Feb. 13 -- Today, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) civil rights organization, and Equality Ohio, the statewide grou... Read More

Rubio: The Future Belongs to the Venezuelan People

Washington, Feb. 12 -- Rubio: "The Future Belongs to the Venezuelan People" On Monday, February 11, 2019, IRI Board Member Senator Marco Rubio joined IRI President Dr. Daniel Twining for a discussion ... Read More

Nepal: transitional justice process must be brought on the right track

Washington, Feb. 11 -- The ICJ, Amnesty International and TRIAL International today called for the Government of Nepal to commit to a transparent and consultative transitional justice process that com... Read More

Florida State College System Announces Student Success Center

Washington, Feb. 9 -- The Florida College System is pleased to announce the Florida Student Success Center, to support Florida's state and community colleges' efforts to develop student-centered pathw... Read More