Controversy mounts over Saudi Arabia’s third F1 Grand Prix amid heightened repression
The Formula 1 (F1) Grand Prix taking place in Saudi Arabia this weekend (17-19 March), amid intensified repression.
ALQST hold parliamentary event to mark launch of briefing on UK-Saudi ties
On 7 December 2022, ALQST held a parliamentary event to mark the launch of a new position paper on UK-Saudi ties, A Soft Touch? Human Rights and the UK-Saudi Relationship.
Saudi Arabia: End male guardianship and discrimination against women
Saudi authorities should take further steps to end discrimination against women and fully dismantle the male guardianship system, elements of which were formally codified into the Personal Status Law.
Saudi crackdown on free speech turns farcical, with Salma al-Shehab resentenced yet again and other women jailed for up to 40 years
In a farcical turn of events in Saudi Arabia’s Specialised Criminal Court (SCC), women’s rights activist Salma al-Shehab was resentenced on 25 January 2023 to 27 years in prison.
Human rights organisations launch “SANID” campaign to stand up for prisoners of conscience in the UAE
ALQST joins several NGO partners in launching “SANID”, a campaign to stand up for prisoners of conscience in the UAE.