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Colombie : une défenseure des droits humains menacée à de nombreuses reprises trouve la mort dans des circonstances controversées - 26 febrero 2013

Headline Title:  Colombie : il faut protéger les défenseures des droits Pendant des années, Angélica Bello, défenseure colombienne des droits humains, a rarement passé un jour seule – cela aurait simplement été trop dangereux. Angélica Bello, défenseure colombienne des droits humains, est morte le 16 février dans des circonstances controversées après avoir reçu des menaces en rapport avec son travail. Media Node:  Angelica_fr Story Location:  Colombia Colombia 0° 11' 46.6404" N, 76° 6' 47.8116" W “Être une militante en faveur des droits humains en Colombie, c'est comme être un kamikaze en Irak.” Fuente:  Angélica Bello, défenseure colombienne des droits humains URL:  La protección para las mujeres debe ser integral Descripción:  Déclaration conjointe d'organisations non gouvernementales colombiennes, 22 février 2013 URL:  Amériques. Transformer la douleur en espoir. Les défenseur-e-s des droits humains dans les Amériques Descripción:  Rapport, 7 décembre 2012 URL:  Nous ne nous tairons pas Descripción:  Blog, 30 novembre 2012 URL:  Hidden from Justice. Impunity for conflict-related sexual violence, a follow-up report Descripción:  Rapport, 4 octobre 2012 URL:  Solidarity for women human rights activists Descripción:  Laisser un message de solidarité

Colombia: Human rights activist’s controversial death amid wave of threats - 26 febrero 2013

Headline Title:  Colombia: Human rights activist’s controversial death For years Angélica Bello, a human rights defender from Colombia, rarely spent a day alone – that would have been, simply, too dangerous. Colombian human rights defender Angélica Bello died on 16 February in controversial circumstances after receiving threats for her work. Media Node:  Angelica Story Location:  Colombia Colombia 0° 11' 46.6404" N, 76° 6' 47.8116" W “Being a woman human rights activist in Colombia is like being a kamikaze in Iraq” Fuente:  Angélica Bello, Colombian human rights defender Fecha:  Mar, 20/09/2011 URL:  "We won't be silent" Descripción:  Women survivors of violence talk about their experiences URL:  Statement from Colombian human rights activists (in Spanish) Descripción:  Colombian women human rights defenders demand integral protection. URL:  Solidarity for women human rights activists Descripción:  Leave a solidarity message for women human rights defenders in Colombia URL:  Hidden from Justice. Impunity for conflict-related sexual violence, a follow-up report Descripción:  Amnesty International's study on sexual abuse against women in Colombia URL:  Transforming Pain Into Hope: Human Rights Defenders in the Americas Descripción:  Amnesty International's study on attacks against human rights defenders in the Americas

Colombie. Le projet de réforme va renforcer l’impunité pour les militaires et policiers responsables de violations des droits humains

Les membres des forces armées et les policiers soupçonnés d’être responsables de graves violations des droits humains pourraient échapper à la justice à la faveur d’un projet de réforme constitutionnelle en Colombie, a déclaré Amnesty International jeudi 6 décembre. Les membres des forces armées et les policiers soupçonnés d’être responsables de graves violations des droits humains pourraient échapper à la justice à la faveur d’un projet de réforme constitutio

Colombia: La reforma fomentará la impunidad de abusos de derechos humanos cometidos por las fuerzas armadas y la policía

Los miembros de las fuerzas armadas y la policía sospechosos de responsabilidad penal en graves violaciones de derechos humanos podrían eludir la acción de la justicia gracias a la reforma constitucional prevista en Colombia, ha manifestado Amnistía Internacional hoy. Los miembros de las fuerzas armadas y la policía sospechosos de responsabilidad penal en graves violaciones de derechos humanos podrían eludir la acción de la justicia gracias a la reforma constitu

Colombia: Reform will boost impunity for military and police human rights abusers

Members of the armed forces and police suspected of criminal responsibility in serious human rights violations may evade justice because of a planned constitutional reform in Colombia, Amnesty International warned today. Members of the armed forces and police suspected of criminal responsibility in serious human rights violations may evade justice because of a planned constitutional reform in Colombia, Amnesty Inte

Colombia: Reform will boost impunity for military and police human rights abusers - 6 diciembre 2012

Headline Title:  Colombia: Reform will boost impunity for military and police human rights abusers Members of the armed forces and police suspected of criminal responsibility in serious human rights violations may evade justice because of a planned constitutional reform in Colombia, Amnesty Inte Members of the armed forces and police suspected of criminal responsibility in serious human rights violations may evade justice because of a planned constitutional reform in Colombia. Media Node:  Colombia military Story Location:  Colombia 6° 34' 38.2908" N, 75° 41' 5.3304" W “Approving this constitutional reform would fly in the face of Colombia’s international human rights obligations and is a dangerous step towards further entrenching impunity for the armed forces and the police” Fuente:  Susan Lee, Americas Programme Director at Amnesty International Fecha:  Jue, 06/12/2012 URL:  Colombian authorities fail to stop or punish sexual violence against women Descripción:  News story/report, 4 October 2012 URL:  Colombia: Conviction for conflict-related rape and murders ‘a rare victory’ Descripción:  News story, 28 August 2012 URL:  Colombian authorities fail survivors of sexual violence Descripción:  News story/report, 21 September 2011

Las autoridades colombianas no ponen fin a la violencia sexual contra la mujer

Las autoridades de Colombia no han hecho avances reales en hacer que comparezcan ante la justicia los responsables de crímenes sexuales relacionados con el conflicto, afirma Amnistía Internacional en un nuevo informe publicado hoy.  Las autoridades de Colombia no han hecho avances reales en hacer que comparezcan ante la justicia los responsables de crímenes sexuales relacionados con el conflicto, afirma Amnistía Internacional

Colombian authorities fail to stop or punish sexual violence against women - 4 octubre 2012

Headline Title:  Colombian authorities fail to stop or punish sexual violence against women The Colombian authorities have failed to make real progress in bringing to justice those responsible for conflict-related sexual crimes, said Amnesty International in a new report today. The Colombian authorities have failed to make real progress in bringing to justice those responsible for conflict-related sexual crimes. Media Node:  Colombia violence against women En un golpe de vista:  In Colombia's armed conflict in 2011 alone:More than 259,000 people were forced to flee their homesMore than 305 civilians were kidnapped or taken hostage111 Indigenous people, 45 human rights defenders and 29 trade unionists were killedThe security forces carried out at least 38 extrajudicial executionsLandmines laid by guerrilla groups killed 20 civilians and 49 members of the security forcesImpunity remains rife for human rights abuses and violations of international humanitarian lawOut of 22,597 reported cases of sexual violence, combatants were identified as alleged perpetrators in only 72 casesForced displacement, which has affected millions, has a disproportionate impact on women Twitter Tag:  FinImpunidad Story Location:  Colombia 5° 50' 57.0768" N, 75° 11' 25.548" W “By failing to investigate effectively sexual violence against women, the Colombian authorities are sending a dangerous message to perpetrators that they can continue to rape and sexually abuse without fear of the consequences” Fuente:  Marcelo Pollack, Colombia researcher at Amnesty International Fecha:  Jue, 04/10/2012 URL:  Colombia sexual violence - Blanca Nubia Díaz’s story Descripción:  Profile, 4 October 2012 URL:  Colombia: Conviction for conflict-related rape and murders ‘a rare victory’ Descripción:  News story, 28 August 2012 URL:  In solidarity with Colombia’s survivors of sexual violence Descripción:  Blog, 6 March 2012 URL:  Colombian authorities fail survivors of sexual violence Descripción:  News story/report, 21 September 2011

Les autorités colombiennes ne parviennent pas à faire cesser les violences sexuelles contre les femmes, ni à punir ces exactions

Les autorités colombiennes n'ont pas véritablement progressé dans la lutte contre l'impunité des responsables de crimes sexuels liés au conflit, écrit Amnesty International dans un rapport publié le 4 octobre 2012. Les autorités colombiennes n'ont pas véritablement progressé dans la lutte contre l'impunité des responsables de crimes sexuels liés au conflit, écrit Amnesty International dans un rapport publié l

Colombian authorities fail to stop or to punish sexual violence against women

The Colombian authorities have failed to make real progress in bringing to justice those responsible for conflict-related sexual crimes, said Amnesty International in a new report today. The Colombian authorities have failed to make real progress in bringing to justice those responsible for conflict-related sexual crimes, said Amnesty International in a new report today.

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