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Appeal Fails for Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s Second Sentence

Appeal Fails for Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s Second Sentence

British-Iranian charity worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has been told that the appeal of her second sentence has been dismissed.   Following the completion of her initial five-year sentence for unfounded charges related to national security, in March this year, Nazanin was sentenced to a further year in prison and an additional one-year travel… Read More

Justice UK

Justice UK

Legal claims for reparations We provide direct representation to UK-based clients (and their families) who are seeking reparations for torture and ill-treatment suffered in different countries around the world. Those cases are being pursued in regional human rights bodies or through the UN. In addition, we offer support to a… Read More

Magnitsky Sanctions Submission Template

Magnitsky Sanctions Submission Template

Download the Template REDRESS has published a template for Magnitsky sanctions evidence submissions to the UK Government. The template is a guide for NGOs, lawyers, human rights defenders, activists, journalists and academics around the world seeking to have perpetrators designated under the UK’s Global… Read More

Magnitsky Sanctions

Magnitsky Sanctions

We use sanctions to prevent and seek accountability for human rights abuses and corruption, through imposing a financial cost on the perpetrators  We do this by investigating abuses and filing legal submissions; using analysis to shape public policy on Magnitsky sanctions; and supporting NGOs across the world on using sanctions.  Our impact  So far we have:… Read More

Sudan: News Updates

This page provides an archive of the REDRESS Justice + Conflict newsletter, a fortnightly roundup of news covering Sudan’s transitional justice process, including accountability efforts, political developments, and ongoing armed conflict. Email [email protected] to receive these updates on a biweekly basis. 2021 February 20 – March 5… Read More

Sudan: Legal Resources

This page provides a compilation of key Sudanese legislation in the areas of criminal law, criminal procedural law, transitional justice, and human rights. This includes legislation governing the work of Sudan’s police, security forces, and army, as well as relevant peace agreements, constitutional documents, and documents concerning Sudan’s transitional government. Read More

Human Rights Reforms in Sudan

Human Rights Reforms in Sudan

REDRESS has worked in Sudan for over two decades to combat violations of human rights and seek justice for victims of torture and other violations Sudanese Law and Policy Resources Justice + Conflict Updates: Archive Working in close collaboration with a range of Sudanese… Read More

The Free Nazanin Campaign and REDRESS Call for Magnitsky sanctions on Perpetrators of Iran’s Hostage-taking 

The Free Nazanin Campaign and REDRESS Call for Magnitsky sanctions on Perpetrators of Iran’s Hostage-taking 

The Free Nazanin campaign and REDRESS, supported by victims of hostage-taking in Iran, have submitted a dossier to the new UK Foreign Secretary, Liz Truss, asking her to impose Magnitsky sanctions on ten Iranian officials involved in Iran’s hostage-taking.  Human rights (Magnitsky) sanctions, which were first introduced… Read More