Human Rights

14.07.2015 Pressenza Wien

Austria: Refugees speak up for their rights

Austria: Refugees speak up for their rights

This article from no-racism.net reports on a protest in the Austrian town of Traiskirchen in support of migrants at the town’s refugee camp.  It has been written by one of the protest organisers and edited by Pressenza for publication. On Staturday, 11th of July 2015, hundreds of people (around … »

12.07.2015 Pressenza Budapest

20 years of Budapest Pride

20 years of Budapest Pride

The police were out in force yesterday in the centre of Budapest to ensure that the annual pride march took place without anyone being violently attacked.  The theme this year was acceptance and equal rights because Hungary is a few steps behind the world’s leading countries in LGBT rights, such … »

09.07.2015 Pressenza Hong Kong

Cambodia: NGO’s urge withdrawal of restrictive law

Cambodia: NGO’s urge withdrawal of restrictive law

TO: H. E. Hun Sen Prime Minister Royal Government of Cambodia Phnom Penh, Cambodia 6 July 2015 Re: Law on Associations and Non-Governmental Organizations Dear Prime Minister Hun Sen, We, the undersigned international non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and membership organizations call on the government of Cambodia to immediately … »

06.07.2015 Gabriela Amaya

Greek Referendum: the possibility to stop being slaves

Greek Referendum: the possibility to stop being slaves

Foreign debt is the mechanism used to enslave countries and steal their wealth, through some local “supervisors”, let’s call them governors. In reality, with little energy spent buying, removing and putting in place supervisors, they have controlled the population of the entire planet, treating them like slaves. To this procedure, … »

06.07.2015 Pressenza Hong Kong

Thailand: Dissent is Not a Crime

Thailand: Dissent is Not a Crime

A Statement from the International Solidarity for Thai Students and Teachers forwarded by the Asian Human Rights Commission THAILAND: Dissent is Not a Crime – Call for International Solidarity with Imprisoned Thai Students Fourteen Thai students were arrested on 26 June 2015 and are currently being detained in Bangkok after … »

30.06.2015 Pressenza Hong Kong

‘We Ain’t Found Shit’

‘We Ain’t Found Shit’

Scott Ritter explains why Iran shouldn’t accept ‘no notice’ inspections of its nuclear sites Scott Ritter Nuclear negotiations between Iran and what’s known as the P-5 + 1 group of nations (the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia, China and Germany) are scheduled … »

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