República Checa

Une tapisserie pour rendre hommage à feu le président et militant tchèque Václav Havel - 7 diciembre 2012

Headline Title:  Une tapisserie pour rendre hommage à Václav Havel En inaugurant à Prague une tapisserie spécialement conçue pour l’occasion, Amnesty International rend hommage dimanche 9 décembre à Václav Havel, militant des droits humains et ancien présiden Une œuvre imaginée par Art for Amnesty et financée par des musiciens et chanteurs tels que Bono et Sting est inaugurée à l’aéroport Václav Havel de Prague. Media Node:  Vaclav Havel tapestry_fr Twitter Tag:  vaclavhavel Story Location:  prague République tchèque 50° 4' 59.9988" N, 14° 28' 0.0012" E “Cette tapisserie magnifique rappellera en permanence le rôle central qu’a joué Václav Havel pour le rétablissement, la promotion et la protection des droits humains en Europe et dans le reste du monde.” Fuente:  Bill Shipsey, fondateur d’Art for Amnesty Fecha:  Vie, 07/12/2012

Legacy of Czech activist and president Václav Havel honoured with tapestry - 7 diciembre 2012

Headline Title:  Czech activist and president Václav Havel honoured with tapestry Václav Havel, the human rights activist and former President of Czechoslovakia and then the Czech Republic who died last year, is to be honoured by Amnesty International at the unveiling of a speci Art work conceived by Art for Amnesty and supported by musicians such as Bono and Sting to be unveiled at Prague's recently renamed Václav Havel Airport. Media Node:  Vaclav Havel tapestry Twitter Tag:  vaclavhavel Story Location:  prague República Checa 50° 4' 59.9988" N, 14° 28' 0.0012" E “This magnificent tapestry is a permanent memorial and reminder of the central role played by Václav Havel in restoring, promoting and protecting human rights in Europe and all over the world.” Fuente:  Bill Shipsey, founder of Art for Amnesty Fecha:  Vie, 07/12/2012

République tchèque : les mots ne suffisent pas pour mettre fin à la discrimination envers les Roms à l'école - 9 noviembre 2012

Headline Title:  République tchèque : mettre fin à la discrimination envers les Roms à l'école La promesse de mettre un terme à la ségrégation et à la discrimination envers les enfants roms dans les écoles tchèques doit être appuyée par des mesures concrètes, ont déclaré Amnesty Internationa Le ministre de l'Éducation, qui a assuré que la déségrégation et l'école ouverte à tous comptaient parmi ses priorités, doit tenir ses engagements. Media Node:  czech republic roma action_fr Twitter Tag:  czechrepublic Story Location:  prague République tchèque 50° 4' 59.88" N, 14° 25' 0.12" E “Nous saluons l'engagement du ministre de l'Éducation, tout en appelant les autorités à faire preuve du courage politique nécessaire pour s'attaquer à la réforme indispensable du système éducatif.” Fuente:  John Dalhuisen, directeur adjoint du programme Europe et Asie centrale d'Amnesty International URL:  Cinq ans après, le gouvernement tchèque n'a toujours pas mis fin à la discrimination des enfants roms à l'école Descripción:  Communiqué de presse, 8 novembre 2012

Czech Republic: Action not words needed to end discrimination against Roma in schools - 9 noviembre 2012

Headline Title:  Czech Republic: Action not words needed to end discrimination against Roma in schools A pledge to end segregation and discrimination against Romani children in Czech schools needs to be backed with action, Amnesty International and the European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) urged after Minister of Education urged to act on his pledge that desegregation and inclusive education are among his priorities. Media Node:  czech republic roma action Twitter Tag:  czechrepublic Story Location:  prague Czech Republic 50° 4' 59.88" N, 14° 25' 0.12" E “The Minister's commitment is welcomed but political courage is needed to implement the much needed reform of the education system.” Fuente:  John Dalhuisen, Director of Europe and Central Asia for Amnesty International Fecha:  Vie, 09/11/2012

Czech government still failing to address discrimination against Romani children in schools - 8 noviembre 2012

Headline Title:  Czech government still discriminates against Romani schoolchildren Romani children in the Czech Republic are still being denied the educational opportunities offered to other students five years after the European Court of Human Rights found the authorities guilty Romani children in the Czech Republic are still being denied the educational opportunities offered to other students. Media Node:  Czech Republic Romani schoolchildren Twitter Tag:  Roma Story Location:  Czech Republic 49° 23' 5.982" N, 15° 12' 18.2808" E “The Czech Republic’s education system is failing Romani children, with devastating consequences for their future. Thousands of Romani pupils are trapped in segregated schools which leaves them with few chances for further education and extremely limited options of finding work” Fuente:  Dezideriu Gergely the Executive Director of the European Roma Rights Centre “While the Czech government acknowledged the existence of segregation of Romani pupils in schools, so far it has not been able carry out its own plans and commitments to eradicate it” Fuente:  John Dalhuisen, Europe and Central Asia Programme Director at Amnesty International

Cinq ans après, le gouvernement tchèque n’a toujours pas mis fin à la discrimination des enfants roms à l’école

En République tchèque, les enfants roms sont toujours privés des possibilités d’éducation offertes aux autres élèves, cinq ans après que la Cour européenne des droits de l’homme a déclaré que les autorités avaient fait acte de discrimination, écrivent Amnesty International et le Centre européen pour les droits des Roms (CEDR) dans un rapport publié jeudi 8 novembre. En République tchèque, les enfants roms sont toujours privés des possibilités d’éducation offertes aux autres élèves, cinq ans après que la Cour européenne des droits de l’homme a déclaré que les a

Cinco años después, el gobierno checo sigue sin abordar la discriminación de los niños y las niñas romaníes en las escuelas

Cinco años después de que el Tribunal Europeo de Derechos Humanos considerase a las autoridades checas culpables de discriminación, a los niños y las niñas romaníes de la República Checa se les siguen negando las oportunidades educativas que sí se ofrecen a otros estudiantes. En un informe publicado hoy, Amnistía Internacional y el Centro Europeo de Derechos de los Romaníes (ERRC, por sus siglas en inglés) han afirmado que a los niños y las niñas romaníes de la Repúblic

Five years on: Czech government still failing to address discrimination against Romani children in schools

Romani children in the Czech Republic are still being denied the educational opportunities offered to other students five years after the European Court of Human Rights found the authorities guilty of discrimination Romani children in the Czech Republic are still being denied the educational opportunities offered to other students five years after the European Court of Human Rights found the authorities guilty

Op-Ed: Europe’s Roma discrimination shame - 26 octubre 2012

Headline Title:  Op-Ed: Europe’s Roma discrimination shame By Fotis Filippou, Regional Campaign Coordinator for Europe and Central Asia Anti-Roma feeling in many European countries still translates into official policies that result in segregation of Roma from the rest of society, deepening and exacerbating their existing poverty and marginalization. Media Node:  Roma evictions Twitter Tag:  DemandDignity Story Location:  Germany 51° 42' 31.9608" N, 10° 38' 5.1576" E See map: Google Maps “Anti-Roma feeling in many European countries still translates into official policies that result in segregation of Roma from the rest of society, deepening and exacerbating their existing poverty and marginalization” Fuente:  Fotis Filippou, Regional Campaign Coordinator for Europe and Central Asia Fecha:  Vie, 26/10/2012

Czech Republic: Roma families at imminent risk of forced eviction - 3 agosto 2012

Headline Title:  Czech Republic: Roma families at imminent risk of forced eviction Dozens of Roma families living in rental accommodation in the north-eastern Czech town of Ostrava face being forcibly evicted over the weekend, Amnesty International and More than 40 Roma families face a possible forced eviction this weekend in the north-eastern Czech Republic town of Ostrava. Media Node:  Ostrava Roma Story Location:  Czech Republic 50° 3' 21.4668" N, 17° 21' 30.2328" E URL:  Czech Republic: Continuing discrimination of Romani children in education Descripción:  Submission to the UN Universal Periodic Review, 1 April 2012 URL:  Four years after: Czech Republic fails to address discrimination of Romani children in education Descripción:  Public statement, 15 November 2011 URL:  Czech Republic: Police fails to protect the Roma of Nový Bydžov Descripción:  Public statement, 16 March 2011 URL:  Demand Dignity Descripción:  Campaign page

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