Update on imprisoned activist and mother-of-two Salma al-Shehab
ALQST is concerned to learn that the husband of women’s rights activist Salma al-Shehab, currently serving a 27-year prison sentence for her peaceful activity on Twitter, has unexpectedly filed for divorce.
Saudi Arabia: Microsoft Should Suspend Data Center Plans
Microsoft should suspend its plans to invest in a new cloud data center in Saudi Arabia until it can demonstrate how it will mitigate potential rights abuses, 18 human right groups said today.
Joint Organisational Statement of Support for “A People’s Vision for Reform in Saudi Arabia”
We, the undersigned organisations, express our support for “A People’s Vision for Reform in Saudi Arabia,” the Saudi-led blueprint for democracy and human rights for the people of Saudi Arabia.
Civil society concerned over Saudi Arabia’s attempt to whitewash its human rights record through the World Expo 2030
Led by MENA Rights Group, civil society calls on the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) to exclude Saudi Arabia's candidacy as a potential host for World Expo 2030 due to its poor human rights record.
Nine facing execution in Saudi Arabia for acts committed as minors, despite official claims to have ended this illegal practice
At least nine young men are at risk of execution in Saudi Arabia for crimes they allegedly committed as minors, in direct contradiction of official claims to have ended this violation.