Elections for Hong Kong’s legislature will likely be deferred for a second year as Beijing plans a major overhaul of the city’s electoral system.
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Recent jail sentences for exiled senior leaders of the dissolved Cambodian National Rescue Party are disproportionate, UN experts.
Seeking solutions to Myanmar’s political problems through the empowerment of women and girls will help the country become stronger.
Following the deadliest day so far in protests against a military coup, protesters took to streets in cities and towns across Myanmar Thursday.
As 2020 came to an end, protestors across South Asia, demanded redress of systemic sexual harassment against women and children.
Following the death of a writer in a high-security prison on February 25, protesters took to the streets of Bangladesh’s capital.
Individuals and unregistered civic movements in politics and receiving foreign funding can now be labeled “foreign agents” in Russia, new law.
For more than 90% of India’s population, digital literacy is almost non-existent. This situation is fuelling the fake news problem in India.
A new faction of Thai protestors is linking their cause to what is happening in Myanmar where protestors want the end of the coup regime.
Protesters in oil-rich Kazakhstan are decrying political repression. 50 were arrested in Almaty, the largest city in the country.