Afghanistan

Prominent policewoman another casualty for women’s rights in Afghanistan - 16 septembre 2013

Headline Title:  Prominent policewoman another casualty for women’s rights in Afghanistan The killing of one of Afghanistan’s most senior woman police officers is the latest setback for women’s rights in Afghanistan, Amnesty International said. The killing of one of Afghanistan’s most senior woman police officers is the latest setback for women’s rights in Afghanistan. Media Node:  Afghan policewoman Story Location:  Afghanistan 31° 0' 25.6284" N, 63° 8' 57.8904" E “ Women’s rights have come a long way in recent years, and may have reached a tipping point. There are more women in positions of authority, increased access to education, and welcome new laws to protect women and girls from violence. But as Afghan women gain voice and power, they face new and increasing threats. Some defenders of women’s rights say they are once again beginning to self-censor, fearing new reprisals” Source:  Polly Truscott, Deputy Asia Pacific Programme Director at Amnesty International Date:  Lu, 16/09/2013 URL:  Afghanistan’s ‘war on women’ Description:  Blog, 10 September 2013

أفغانستان: ينبغي تجنُّب وقوع خسائر في صفوف المدنيين، والمحاسبة عليها بعد تسليم المسؤولية الأمنية

مع تسليم قوات المساعدة الأمنية الدولية لحلف الناتو (إيساف) مسؤولية المحافظة على الأمن في البلاد إلى القوات الأفغانية، قالت منظمة العفو الدولية اليوم إن قوات الأمن الأفغانية يجب أن تفعل كل ما في وسعها لتجنب وقوع خسائر في صفوف المدنيين والمحاسبة عليها مع تسليم قوات المساعدة الأمنية الدولية لحلف الناتو (إيساف) مسؤولية المحافظة على الأمن في البلاد إلى القوات الأفغانية، قالت منظمة العفو الدولية اليوم إن قوات الأمن الأفغان

Afghanistan. Les négociations avec les talibans doivent se concentrer sur la justice et les droits humains

Les droits humains, et notamment les droits des femmes, doivent être pleinement pris en compte dans le cadre de tout éventuel accord de paix conclu avec les talibans, a déclaré Amnesty International mercredi 19 juin alors que les États-Unis venaient d’annoncer qu’ils doivent entamer des pourparlers de paix directement avec le groupe armé des talibans d’Afghanistan. Les droits humains, et notamment les droits des femmes, doivent être pleinement pris en compte dans le cadre de tout éventuel accord de paix conclu avec les talibans, a déclaré Amnesty Internationa

Afganistán: Las conversaciones con los talibanes deben centrarse en la justicia y los derechos humanos

Los derechos humanos, incluidos los derechos de las mujeres, deben ser parte integrante de todo acuerdo de paz que se establezca con los talibanes. Así lo ha manifestado hoy Amnistía Internacional, ante el anuncio de Estados Unidos de que iba a entablar conversaciones directas de paz con el grupo armado talibán de Afganistán. Los derechos humanos, incluidos los derechos de las mujeres, deben ser parte integrante de todo acuerdo de paz que se establezca con los talibanes.

Afghanistan. Des mesures préventives doivent être prises et les responsabilités assumées concernant les victimes civiles à la suite du transfert du contrôle en matière de sécurité

Les forces de sécurité afghanes doivent faire tout ce qui est en leur pouvoir pour éviter de faire des victimes parmi la population civile et pour rendre des comptes pour les cas de victimes civiles, a déclaré aujourd’hui Amnesty International alors que la Force internationale d’assistance à la sécurité (FIAS) de l’OTAN vient de leur rendre la responsabilité du maintien de la sécurité dans le pays. Les forces de sécurité afghanes doivent faire tout ce qui est en leur pouvoir pour éviter de faire des victimes parmi la population civile et pour rendre des comptes pour les cas de victimes civile

Afghanistan: Talks with the Taliban must focus on justice and human rights

Human rights, including women’s rights, must be integral to any peace deal with the Taliban said Amnesty International today as the USA announced that it was to start direct peace talks with Afghanistan’s Taliban armed group. Human rights, including women’s rights, must be integral to any peace deal with the Taliban said Amnesty International today as the USA announced that it was to start

Afghanistan: Talks with the Taliban must focus on justice and human rights - 19 juin 2013

Headline Title:  Afghanistan: Talks with the Taliban must focus on justice and human rights Human rights, including women’s rights, must be integral to any peace deal with the Taliban said Amnesty International today as the USA announced that it was to start direct peace talks with Afghan Human rights, including women’s rights, must be integral to any peace deal with the Taliban said Amnesty International today as the USA announced that it was to start direct peace talks with Afghanistan’s Taliban armed group. Media Node:  Taliban talks Story Location:  Afghanistan 35° 0' 23.7708" N, 67° 53' 43.8288" E “The peace process must not allow members of the Taliban or anyone else to be granted immunity from prosecution for serious human rights abuses and war crimes” Source:  Polly Truscott, deputy Asia-Pacific Programme Director at Amnesty International Date:  Me, 19/06/2013 URL:  Afghanistan: Avoid and account for civilian casualties after security handover Description:  News story, 18 June 2013 URL:  Afghanistan: Attacks on humanitarian workers must end Description:  News story, 30 May 2013

Afganistán: Hay que evitar las víctimas civiles tras el traspaso de la seguridad

Las fuerzas de seguridad de Afganistán deben hacer todo lo posible para evitar que se produzcan víctimas civiles, ha declarado hoy Amnistía Internacional, cuando la OTAN ha traspasado toda la responsabilidad del mantenimiento de la seguridad en el país. Las fuerzas de seguridad de Afganistán deben hacer todo lo posible para evitar que se produzcan víctimas civiles, ha declarado hoy Amnistía Internacional, cuando la Fuerza Internacional de Asistenc

Afghanistan: Avoid civilian casualties after security handover

Afghanistan’s security forces must do everything in their power to avoid civilian casualties, Amnesty International said today as NATO handed over full responsibility for maintaining security in the country. Afghanistan’s security forces must do everything in their power to avoid and account for civilian casualties, Amnesty International said today as the NATO International Security Assistance Force (I

Afghanistan: Avoid and account for civilian casualties after security handover - 18 juin 2013

Headline Title:  Afghanistan: Avoid and account for civilian casualties after security handover Afghanistan’s security forces must do everything in their power to avoid and account for civilian casualties, Amnesty International said today as the NATO International Security Assistance Force (I Afghanistan’s security forces must avoid and account for civilian casualties, Amnesty International said as the NATO International Security Assistance Force handed over responsibility for maintaining security in the country. Media Node:  Afghanistan Story Location:  Afghanistan 33° 29' 33.162" N, 66° 5' 37.5" E “The ANSF are obliged under international law to ensure accountability for their actions and to provide remedy for civilian casualties of military action. ” Source:  Polly Truscott, deputy director of Amnesty International’s Asia-Pacific Programme. URL:  Afghanistan: Attacks on humanitarian workers must end Description:  News, 30 May 2013 URL:  Afghanistan: Medical personnel killed in attack Description:  News, 18 April 2013 URL:  Afghanistan: Urgent need to protect civilians following fresh attacks Description:  News, 9 April 2013