A United Nations official has urged the Government not to extradite Julian Assange to the United States, warning that the WikiLeaks founder would not receive a fair trial after years of being subjected to “psychological torture”.
Enshrining the United Nations’ rights for children in law will “help make Scotland the best place in the world to grow up”, the Scottish Government has said.
Actress and activist Angelina Jolie has warned the world “will remain stuck in a cycle of violence and conflicts” as long as nations continue to put almost every other issue ahead of women’s equality and rights.
Carey Mulligan has called on the UK Government to galvanise global support for children in conflict zones.
American actress Angelina Jolie has spoken out against sexual violence in global war zones during a Government film event in London.
K-pop superstars BTS urged fans to “love themselves” during a historic speech at the United Nations.
The BBC is appealing to the United Nations (UN) in Geneva to protect the human rights of its journalists and their families.
A Syrian refugee has spoken of how his arrival in Scotland made him "feel like a human being again".