Reports have emerged of differences with BCHR
president Nabeel Rajab, but the latter has denied a rift.
Nabeel Rajab Successor to al-Khawaja as head of BCHR
. Arrested February 15, 2012, for inciting illegal assembly and organizing unlicensed demonstrations, released, and rearrested on April 1, 2012.
However, the BCHR
reported that families of the detainees received calls from the prison suggesting that political inmates had been tortured and abused.
said that Rajab called on mourners to "continue their struggle for rights and democracy," and argued his speech was a "peaceful expression of opinion."
"This is a new phenomenon in Bahrain," said BCHR
head Nabil Rajab.
Further, the relationship between the BCHR
scheme and national legal systems is one of 'solidarity and subsidiarity'.
Nabeel Rajab, president of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR
), was stopped at the border Monday when he attempted to enter Saudi Arabia for a meeting, UPI reported.
"Abolishing the sponsorship system will also make Bahraini workers more capable of competing and improving their job conditions, because it will decrease exploitation in employment and raise the standards of the treatment and the conditions of workers in the country," the now-dissolved Bahrain Centre for Human Rights (BCHR
The Bahrain Centre for Human Rights (BCHR
) was dissolved to team up with the Coalition for Organ-Failure Solutions (COFS) to implement the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons.
Leaders of the Bahrain Centre for Human Rights (BCHR
), officials of the General Organization for Youth and Sports (GOYS), Al-Uruba Club administrators and other responsible intellectuals were all barred from public gatherings.
The Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR
), in a statement released on November 13, announced that law courts have issued death sentences against 32 opposition figures since 2011, of which three have been carried out, seven have been commuted to life imprisonment and two others been appealed.
Society president Zakreya Al Kadhem made the comments after the Bahrain Centre for Human Rights (BCHR
), an opposition group not recognised in this country, circulated a report claiming that tear gas was killing sickle cell sufferers.