S'poreans should demand that the govt respect their basic rights - Ng E JayRead More »
Siew Kum Hong illustrates why human rights is applicable to everyday life in S'pore.Read More »
Critics pointed to a persistent misuse of laws by the ruling People’s Action Party (PAP) and a perceived bias within the judicial system...
Criminal charges, civil defamation suits and other restrictive measures were variously brought against government critics and human right defenders, foreign news media, peaceful demonstrators and conscientious objectors.
Former US First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt's speech when she presented the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to the United Nations in 1948.Read More »
TOC dedicates the week to human rights issues.Read More »
Should judges be placed in positions where they may need to rule against their own interests?Read More »
Therapist Anthony Yeo responds to the Straits Times' article on Chee Soon JuanRead More »
Does current transportation system in S'pore serve the needs of youths?Read More »
How did the local media, particularly the press, cover the defamation lawsuit brought against the Chees by the Lees? Was the coverage fair? Balanced? Have a look at this video.Read More »
“We urge the authorities to drop charges against Gopalan Nair, who has only exercised his right of free expression. This charge is improper and will add to the intimidation of bloggers and Internet users who express themselves about Singapore’s political life." - Reporters Without BordersRead More »