Human rights association says complainants from several countries have come forward to reveal deplorable conditions and brutal treatment at Detention Center
Topic: human rights
The Grand Bahama Human Rights Association cries shame on the Christie administration as a whole, and on Minister of Immigration Fred Mitchell in particular, for attempting to give their inhumane, immoral and illegal immigration enforcement policy the veneer of legitimacy by forcing a bill through Parliament, where they enjoy a substantial majority.
A massive downtown Nassau street party aimed at creating an urgent call for transparency in government transactions is expected to draw a capacity crowd Saturday, October 25.
FNM Chairman Darron Cash has filed a report against the government with Amnesty International over alleged human rights abuses in the aftermath of a search at his home and seizure of personal items.
Police abuse, detainee abuse and witness intimidation were once again listed as serious human rights issues in The Bahamas, according to a newly released human rights report from the US State Department.
On Thursday, February 27, 2014, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry delivered remarks to the United States Congress in Washington, D.C. on the 2013 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices (HRRs).
Andrew Allen rebuts criticism against Fred Mitchell’s support of gays in The Bahamas saying, “I want gay people to have the same rights and legal capacities as everyone else.”
In an effort to help eradicate violence against women, the U.S. Embassy invited a 15-year veteran of the Broward Sheriff’s Office to conduct a focused training session.
As its final event for the year, the trinidad+tobago film festival is hosting a free screening of the documentary “Songs of Redemption”.