Bahrain must cease judicial harassment of Faisal Hayyat and other Bahraini journalists
Recent articles in Bahrain

Founding Director of the Gulf Centre for Human Rights and President of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights, Nabeel Rajab, is finally free after serving nearly four years in prison.

Exiled journalists from Azerbaijan, Bahrain and Yemen speak to ICORN about the challenges of reporting the truth when governments are using the pandemic to justify surveillance and impose harder restrictions on the press.

Despite widespread human rights abuses in Bahrain at the hands of security personnel, few are held accountable. ADHRB highlights the persistent culture of impunity perpetuated by the Bahraini government.