CSW and Human Rights Concern Eritrea (HRCE) are gravely concerned by reports that 400 Eritrean refugees who fled the ongoing violence in Ethiopia’s Tigray region are currently being returned to the area under armed guard.

CSW and Human Rights Concern Eritrea (HRCE) are gravely concerned by reports that 400 Eritrean refugees who fled the ongoing violence in Ethiopia’s Tigray region are currently being returned to the area under armed guard.

CSW and Human Rights Concern Eritrea (HRCE) are gravely concerned by reports that 400 Eritrean refugees who fled the ongoing violence in Ethiopia’s Tigray region are currently being returned to the area under armed guard. Report from CSW: Reports surfaced on 10...

Parliamentary questions and letter to the Foreign Secretary about horrific violence in Tigray. Today The Sunday Telegraph reports that “Ethiopia may be on the edge of genocide”, reporting  decapitation of children. How are the international community – and the U.K. – responding to the warning signs of an unfolding Genocide?

Parliamentary questions and letter to the Foreign Secretary about horrific violence in Tigray. Today The Sunday Telegraph reports that “Ethiopia may be on the edge of genocide”, reporting decapitation of children. How are the international community – and the U.K. – responding to the warning signs of an unfolding Genocide?

Today The Sunday Telegraph reports that “Ethiopia may be on the edge of genocide”. The report describes the decapitation of four children and babies being cut out of pregnant women. Last week I tabled parliamentary questions and wrote to the Foreign Secretary about...

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Stop Organ Harvesting In China

Stop Organ Harvesting In China

As the Medicines and Medical Devices Bill Bill comes to be discussed in Parliament, at its Report Stage in the House of Lords these speeches on forced organ harvesting were made by members from all sides of the House. Second Reading: ...

Christmas 2020 – Listen to T.S.Eliot and Hugh Laurie reading “Journey of the Magi”, Read J.R.R.Tolkien’s, Noel, and G.K.Chesterton’s “The House of Christmas” and Liverpool poet, Stewart Henderson’s ,new 2020 Christmas poem, What did you get for Christmas?

Christmas 2020 – Listen to T.S.Eliot and Hugh Laurie reading “Journey of the Magi”, Read J.R.R.Tolkien’s, Noel, and G.K.Chesterton’s “The House of Christmas” and Liverpool poet, Stewart Henderson’s ,new 2020 Christmas poem, What did you get for Christmas?

Christmas 2020 - Listen to T.S.Eliot and Hugh Laurie reading "Journey of the Magi", Read J.R.R.Tolkien's, Noel, and G.K.Chesterton's "The House of Christmas" and Liverpool poet, Stewart Henderson's ,new 2020 Christmas poem, What did you get for Christmas? The...

The Place In Which We Work

The Place In Which We Work

The Houses of Parliament We all see the place where we work very differently. At the end of another very long day, at 8.30 pm tonight, I was alone in the House of Lords cafeteria - where the wonderful (mainly Polish) staff were living out Napoleon‘s maxim that armies...

The World Must Not Forget Andy Li And The Hong Kong 12

The World Must Not Forget Andy Li And The Hong Kong 12

With Andy Li During The Hong Kong Elections In the U.K. Parliament I have again asked the U.K. Government what information they have on the wellbeing of the 12 young prodemocracy activists from Hong Kong, arrested by China. I asked whether the U.K. has asked China to...

Two young  sisters have been savagely murdered in Pakistan for refusing to renounce their religious faith. This report from Pakistan’s Centre for Legal Aid, Assistance and Settlement makes for disturbing reading and challenges Pakistan to reassert Muhmad Ali Jinnah’s commitment to freedom of religion or belief. The murderers of these women must be brought to justice.

Two young sisters have been savagely murdered in Pakistan for refusing to renounce their religious faith. This report from Pakistan’s Centre for Legal Aid, Assistance and Settlement makes for disturbing reading and challenges Pakistan to reassert Muhmad Ali Jinnah’s commitment to freedom of religion or belief. The murderers of these women must be brought to justice.

Two young women, sisters, have been savagely murdered in Pakistan for refusing to renounce their religious faith. This report from Pakistan's Centre for Legal Aid, Assistance and Settlement makes for disturbing reading and challenges Pakistan to reassert Muhmad Ali...