Somalia

Mogadishu’s clean-up puts thousands of displaced at risk - 13 September 2013

Headline Title:  Mogadishu’s clean-up puts thousands of displaced at risk Over two decades of violence, drought and famine, hundreds of thousands of people have arrived in Somalia’s capital, Mogadishu, where many are living in makeshift shelters. Over two decades of violence, drought and famine, hundreds of thousands of people have arrived in Somalia’s capital, Mogadishu, where many are living in makeshift shelters. Here, some of their stories. Media Node:  Somalia feature Somalia evictions video Story Location:  Somalia 5° 24' 32.184" N, 46° 13' 49.6884" E “It was chaos. I was told my eight-year-old son Hassan had been shot by a stray bullet while he was playing inside our shelter. I went immediately, but he had already died. ” Source:  Mohamed, an internally displaced man living in Mogadishu. “It was early morning, around 8am, my children called me and told me our shelter had been destroyed. When I arrived, everything was destroyed. I sat on the ground. I didn’t know what to do. I have lost most things. I reconstructed a makeshift shelter in the same area, I don’t know what to do. I have no place to go.” Source:  Fatima, an internally displaced woman living in Mogadishu. URL:  Somalia: Forced evictions in Mogadishu put thousands of displaced at even greater risk Description:  News Story, 13 September 2013. URL:  Somalia: No place for the displaced Description:  Briefing, 13 September 2013 URL:  Somalia: Rape and sexual violence a constant threat for displaced women Description:  Feature, 30 August 2013 URL:  Rape and sexual violence in Somalia - an ongoing epidemic Description:  Briefing, 29 August 2013 URL:  Somalia: Human Rights Agenda for the Post-Transition Somali Government Description:  Document, 25 April 2013

Somalia: Forced evictions in Mogadishu put thousands of displaced at even greater risk

 Thousands of people are being forcibly evicted from makeshift camps in Mogadishu as the government presses ahead with plans to clean up the capital, Amnesty said in a briefing released today. Forced evictions have continued and gathered pace in recent months despite the authorities’ failure to find an alternative safe location. Thousands of people are being forcibly evicted from makeshift camps in Mogadishu as the government presses ahead with plans to clean up the capital, Amnesty said in a briefing released today.

Somalia: Forced evictions in Mogadishu put thousands of displaced at even greater risk - 13 September 2013

Headline Title:  Somalia: Forced evictions in Mogadishu put thousands of displaced at even greater risk Thousands of people are being forcibly evicted from makeshift camps in Mogadishu as the government presses ahead with plans to clean up the capital, Amnesty said in Thousands of people are being forcibly evicted from makeshift camps in Mogadishu as the government presses ahead with plans to clean up the capital. Media Node:  Somalia evictions Somalia evictions video Story Location:  Somalia 21° 49' 24.3372" S, 24° 15' 28.1268" E “It is completely unacceptable for people who have fled to the capital for protection to be forcibly evicted. It has resulted in large scale human rights abuses. The government has a responsibility to protect this vulnerable sector of society and ensure their security. ” Source:  Gemma Davies, Amnesty International’s Somalia researcher. “It was early morning, around 8am, my children called me and told me our shelter had been destroyed, that they were outside. When I arrived, everything was destroyed. There were around four armed men still there, otherwise everything had been demolished. I sat on the ground - I didn’t know what to do. I have lost most things. I reconstructed a makeshift shelter, in the same area - I don’t know what to do. I have no place I can go. ” Source:  Fatima, 60, a woman who works in Bakara Market in central Mogadishu. URL:  Somalia: No place for the displaced Description:  Briefing, 13 September 2013 URL:  Somalia: Rape and sexual violence a constant threat for displaced women Description:  Feature, 30 August 2013 URL:  Rape and sexual violence in Somalia - an ongoing epidemic Description:  Briefing, 29 August 2013 URL:  Somalia: Human Rights Agenda for the Post-Transition Somali Government Description:  Document, 25 April 2013

الصومال: ما انفك الاغتصاب والعنف الجنسي يشكلان مصدر تهديد مستمر للنازحات من النساء   - 30 August 2013

Headline Title:  الصومال: ما انفك الاغتصاب والعنف الجنسي يشكلان مصدر تهديد مستمر للنازحات من النساء   في النساء والأطفال المقيمين في المخيمات المؤقتة التي اُقيمت في الصومال لإيواء  النازحين يواجهون مستويات مرتفعة من مخاطر التعرض للاغتصاب وغير ذلك من أشكال العنف الجنسي Media Node:  Somalia AR Story Location:  الصومال 5° 24' 42.6708" N, 46° 13' 49.6884" E “العديد من النساء اللواتي التقينا بهن يقمن في أماكن إيواء هي عبارة عن ستائر من القماش والبلاستيك التي لا توفر أي نوع من الأمان البتة؛ وفي ظل انعدام سيادة القانون في البلاد عموماً وغياب الأمن في تلك المخيمات، فلا يبعث الأمر على عظيم المفاجأة أن نرى تلك الانتهاكات المروعة تحدث هناك” Source:  دوناتيلا روفيرا كبيرة باحثي شؤون الأزمات بمنظمة العفو الدولية “استيقظت لأجد رجلاً يقوم بخلع ملابسي، فحاولت الصراخ بيد أنه أطبق بيده على حنجرتي فلم أتمكن من الصراخ. واستيقظت ابنة عمي (وعمرها 4 سنوات)، فأخبرها الرجل أن تلتزم الصمت. وفعل فعلته ثم ولى هارباً” Source:  فتاة تبلغ من العمر 14 تعرضت للاغتصاب في أحد المخيمات المخصصة للنازخين في مقديشو URL:  Rape and sexual violence in Somalia - an ongoing epidemic Description:  Briefing, 29 August 2013 URL:  Somalia: Journalist conviction upheld, woman who reported rape cleared Description:  Public Statement, 6 March 2013 URL:  Somalia: Human Rights Agenda for the Post-Transition Somali Government Description:  Document, 25 April 2013

الصومال: ما انفك الاغتصاب والعنف الجنسي يشكلان مصدر تهديد مستمر للنازحات من النساء  

في أعقاب عودة باحثيها من زيارة إلى الصومال، صرحت منظمة العفو الدولية اليوم أن النساء والأطفال المقيمين في المخيمات المؤقتة التي اُقيمت في الصومال لإيواء  النازحين يواجهون مستويات مرتفعة من مخاطر التعرض للاغتصاب وغير ذلك من أشكال العنف الجنسي  في أعقاب

Somalia: Violación y violencia sexual, amenaza constante para las mujeres desplazadas

Las mujeres y las niñas que viven en campos provisionales para personas desplazadas en Somalia corren un gran riesgo de sufrir violaciones y otras formas de violencia sexual, ha manifestado Amnistía Internacional hoy, tras regresar de una visita de investigación al país. Las mujeres y las niñas que viven en campos provisionales para personas desplazadas en Somalia corren un gran riesgo de sufrir violaciones y otras formas de violencia sexual, ha manifestado Amnistí

Somalie. Le viol et les violences sexuelles, un risque constant pour les femmes déplacées

Le risque d’être victime de viol et de violences sexuelles est élevé pour les femmes et les mineures vivant dans les camps de fortune pour personnes déplacées en Somalie, a déclaré Amnesty International vendredi 30 août à l’issue d’une mission de recherche effectuée dans ce pays. Le risque d’être victime de viol et de violences sexuelles est élevé pour les femmes et les mineures vivant dans les camps de fortune pour personnes déplacées en Somalie, a déclaré Amnesty Internat

Somalia: Rape and sexual violence a constant threat for displaced women

Women and children living in Somalia’s makeshift camps for displaced people face a high risk of rape and other sexual violence, Amnesty International said today after returning from a research trip to the country. Women and children living in Somalia’s makeshift camps for displaced people face a high risk of rape and other sexual violence, Amnesty International said today after returning from a research trip

Somalia: Rape and sexual violence a constant threat for displaced women - 30 August 2013

Headline Title:  Somalia: Rape and sexual violence a constant threat for displaced women Women and children living in Somalia’s makeshift camps for displaced people face a high risk of rape and other sexual violence, Amnesty International said today after returning from a research trip Women and children living in Somalia’s makeshift camps for displaced people face a high risk of rape and other sexual violence, Amnesty International said after returning from a research trip to the country. Media Node:  Somalia Somalia video Story Location:  Somalia 5° 24' 42.6708" N, 46° 13' 49.6884" E “Many of the women we met live in shelters made of cloth and plastic sheeting which provide no security at all; in the context of the lawlessness which generally prevails in the country and the lack of security in these camps, it is hardly surprising that these horrific abuses are occurring.” Source:  Donatella Rovera, Amnesty International’s Senior Crisis Adviser. “I woke up to find a man who was undressing me and I tried to scream but he grabbed me by the throat and so I could not scream. My cousin (aged 4) woke up and he told her to be silent. He did his business and then ran away.” Source:  14-year-old girl living in a displacement camp in Mogadishu URL:  Rape and sexual violence in Somalia - an ongoing epidemic Description:  Briefing, 29 August 2013 URL:  Somalia: Journalist conviction upheld, woman who reported rape cleared Description:  Public Statement, 6 March 2013 URL:  Somalia: Human Rights Agenda for the Post-Transition Somali Government Description:  Document, 25 April 2013
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