Human Rights

12.01.2021

Top Human Rights Tweets of the Week

Top Human Rights Tweets of the Week

Jim Murphy Trending rights tweets of the week: Trump’s actions fuel riot at the US Capitol; white supremacy and anti-Semitism converge in Washington DC; the Ethiopian government should let the United Nations investigate grave abuses which numerous witnesses say those involved in the … »

10.01.2021

Julian Assange: “Behind the sentence, there has been great social pressure,” according to Fidel Narváez.

Julian Assange: “Behind the sentence, there has been great social pressure,” according to Fidel Narváez.

“We must celebrate the sentence … but with great caution,”. In this interview, Fidel Narvaez, former consul of Ecuador in London tells us about the resolution that denies the extradition of Julian Assange to the United States. “Behind the sentence, there has been great social pressure and it is a… »

09.01.2021

Academics launch a Letter of Solidarity with Western Sahara, which they invite to sign

Academics launch a Letter of Solidarity with Western Sahara, which they invite to sign

Professors from the Universities of Sussex, Princeton, Carleton and Exeter have published a letter inviting you to sign Letter of Solidarity with Western Sahara As scholars, researchers, activists and concerned individuals, we, the undersigned, strongly condemn President Donald Trump’s proclamation recognizing Moroccan sovereignty over Western Sahara. Western Sahara is… »

09.01.2021

Lebanon’s racism is fanning the flames of violence towards Syrian refugees

Lebanon’s racism is fanning the flames of violence towards Syrian refugees

Makram Rabah As Lebanon celebrated Christmas, a Syrian refugee camp in Miniyeh in the north of Lebanon was attacked by a group of local youths who set fire to tents amid clashes with residents. The number of violent incidents against displaced communities living in the country… »

05.01.2021

2020: The year of feminist struggles and political resistance in Latin America

2020: The year of feminist struggles and political resistance in Latin America

Activism did not disappear during quarantine In Latin America and the Caribbean, the year 2020 was marked by the role of feminist and social movements that helped bring about immense political change despite the presence of the COVID-19 pandemic which dominated the headlines and became a global concern. In a… »

04.01.2021

UK judge blocks Julian Assange extradition

UK judge blocks Julian Assange extradition

The UK’s top court ruled against the extradition of the WikiLeaks founder, citing mental health grounds. In the US, he faces up to 175 years, for multiple espionage charges for releasing sensitive military documents A UK judge on Monday refused a US request to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on… »

03.01.2021

The Trial of Assange is Political

The Trial of Assange is Political

In an interview with the Italian editorial team of the Pressenza Agency, the former President of Tunisia and current President of the Human Rights Association of that country, Moncef Marzouki, was asked to comment on the case of Julian Assange, in view of the court’s decision which will be announced… »

03.01.2021

World: Positive news in the difficult year of the pandemic

World: Positive news in the difficult year of the pandemic

Is there any positive news in this era that was accompanied by the outbreak of a pandemic? Here are some news and texts that, as human beings, fill us with pride. Because, they allow us to move forward, breaking down the walls… »

02.01.2021

Germany urges UK to uphold human rights in Assange case

Germany urges UK to uphold human rights in Assange case

Germany’s human rights commissioner has expressed “concern” over Assange’s extradition proceedings. Berlin said the UK must consider Assange’s physical and mental health when deciding on whether to extradite him. The German government on Wednesday urged the UK to adhere to human rights and fulfil humanitarian obligations in the extradition process… »

02.01.2021

Let Us Make 2021 a Year of Healing!

Let Us Make 2021 a Year of Healing!

The following is the text of 2021 United Nations New Year’s message delivered by Secretary-General António Guterres. 2020 has been a year of trials, tragedies and tears. COVID-19 upended our lives and plunged the world into suffering and grief. So many loved ones have been lost – and the pandemic… »

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