New coalition seeks to advance human rights and empower Yemeni civil society.
In the first quarter of 2023, Yemen experienced a total of 12 reported internet shutdowns.
Houthi authorities’ campaign to block social platforms threatens the right to free expression and civic participation.
The escalation of the conflict that erupted in September 2014 has resulted in a significant rise in digital attacks targeting journalists.
Arrested in 2015 on unjust charges related to their reporting, four Yemeni journalists have finally been released.
UN experts report on increased violations of women’s rights to freedom of movement, expression, health, and work in Yemen.
Three of the four journalists sentenced to death by Houthi rebels in 2020 were tortured in custody for at least 45 days.
Yemeni reporters are caught in the crossfire between three forces.
Targeting of journalists is part of a widespread and systematic assault on the right to free expression and access to information in Yemen.
GCHR calls for the immediate release of all detained journalists, an immediate end to the murder of journalists, and for those responsible to be held accountable.
Human rights defenders are targeted with arrests and harassment for their work, as citizens face unfair trials and executions.
In one of the deadliest countries for journalists, Yemeni journalists displaced by the ongoing conflict speak to the Committee to Protect Journalists on the struggles of reporting on their country through displacement and exile.
The Gulf Centre for Human Rights calls on authorities to hold to account the perpetrators of the attack on Aden International Airport that left at least 25 dead, including Yemeni journalist Adeeb Al-Janani.
The murder of photojournalist Nabil Al-Qaiti and arrest of journalist Abdullah Awad Bakir highlight an increasingly alarming environment for journalists in the country.