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النساء يتحركن ضد القمع والتخويف في إيران - 28 February 2008

تواصل السلطات الإيرانية مضايقة النشطاء الذين يعملون في سبيل الدفاع عن حقوق المرأة. Teaser image:  Files:  رونق سفرزاده : مدافعة إيرانية عن حقوق الإنسان.

En Iran, des femmes luttent contre la répression et l’intimidation - 28 February 2008

Les autorités iraniennes continuent de harceler des militants qui défendent les droits des femmes. Teaser image:  Les autorités iraniennes continuent de harceler des militants qui défendent les droits des femmes. Files:  Ronak Safarzadeh, défenseure des droits humains iranienne.

Irán: Las autoridades deben apoyar, no reprimir, a quienes defienden los derechos humanos de las mujeres

Las autoridades iraníes deben dejar de hostigar a quienes defienden los derechos humanos de las mujeres y adoptar medidas urgentes para desmantelar las ley  

إيران : السلطات ينبغي أن تساند لا أن تقمع المدافعات عن حقوق الإنسان

ينبغي على السلطات الإيرانية أن تكف عن مضايقة المدافعات عن حقوق الإنسان وتتخذ خطوات عاجلة لإلغاء القوانين القائمة على التمييز التي تسعى المدافعات إلى تغييرها، على حد

Iran. Les autorités doivent soutenir et non réprimer les défenseurs des droits fondamentaux des femmes

Les autorités iraniennes doivent cesser de harceler les défenseurs des droits fondamentaux des femmes et prendre de toute urgence des mesures pour abol

Iran: Authorities must support, not suppress women human rights defenders

The Iranian authorities should cease their harassment of women human rights defenders and take urgent steps to dismantle the discriminatory legislation they are seekin

الاغتصاب: الخطر الماثل أبداً أمام النساء في دارفور

أدى النـزاع في دارفور إلى نزوح ما لا يقل عن 2.3 مليون شخص. ويعيش معظم من أجبروا على مغادرة منازلهم ومجتمعاتهم الآن في ما يزيد على 65 مخيماً تنتشر في شتى أنحاء دارفور.

Le risque de viol est omniprésent pour les femmes au Darfour

Pendant le conflit au Darfour, au moins 2,3 millions de personnes ont été déplacées. La plupart vivent à présent dans pl

Rape: ever present danger for Darfur's women

At least 2.3 million people have been displaced by the conflict in Darfur; most now live in more than 65 camps dotted around Darfur.

Universal Declaration of Human Rights 60th anniversary

2008 is a landmark year in the global campaign to make human rights a reality for all people… it marks 60 years since the birth of its most important document. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) -- which confirms the acceptance of 30 rights - was adopted by UN member states on 10 December 1948. It began as an initiative of governments, but today it is the common goal of people everywhere. In the run-up to the 60th anniversary, Amnesty International will organize a series of activities that celebrate the UDHR - and focus on what must be done to make that promise of universal, indivisible human rights a reality. Every single person has rights - that is the essence of our humanity. Each of us has the duty to stand up, not just for our own rights, but also for those of others. We believe human rights abuses anywhere are the concern of people everywhere. We pledge to harness the power of individuals to galvanize action for justice and equality. We are outraged at our leaders' betrayal and are determined to hold them to account. We are committed to creating a world in which every person can realize their human rights. We will carry the UDHR message of hope to every region of the world in its 60th anniversary year. Guantánamo: Six years of injustice Guantánamo is a symbol of injustice and abuse. Cases of secret detention, torture, renditions and indefinite detention without charge flout human rights principles. They jeopardize - rather than promote - security. On 11 January 2008, we call on the US authorities to bring their detention policies and practices in line with international law - at Guantánamo and beyond. Read more   Anniversary highlights Stop the human rights meltdown: make human rights real Message from Irene Khan, Secretary General of Amnesty International, on International Human Rights Day (10 December 2007)

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