Investigative Research Internships at Bahrain Watch!

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Bahrain Watch is an independent not-for-profit organisation registered in the United Kingdom with a network of researchers across five countries in three continents. Our team collaborates with the organisations wider network on cutting-edge technical analysis of data from public and private sources, to generate impacts on the ground in Bahrain and the wider Gulf, and… Read more »

Bahrain Watch launches #200MoreStories to Commemorate 200 Years of UK-­Bahrain “Friendship”

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Contact: [email protected] Twitter: @bhwatch Website:    https://200morestoriesbahrain.wordpress.com/     Commemorating 200 Years of UK-­Bahrain “Friendship” – British Council Fails to Launch #200Stories, Bahrain Watch launches #200MoreStories   Bahrain Watch today announces the launch of its new website, #200MoreStories, which casts a critical eye on British-Bahrain relations. The website is a response to the British Council’s competition… Read more »

At Least 250 Journalists/Observers Denied Access to Bahrain Since 2011

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    Following the arrest and deportation of four American journalists from Bahrain this week, Bahrain Watch can now confirm that the total number of journalists, suspected activists, aid workers and NGO observers that have been denied access to the country is over 250. The journalists deported this week – Anna Therese Day and three… Read more »