Liberia

Report 2012: No longer business as usual for tyranny and injustice - 24 May 2012

Headline Title:  Report 2012: No longer business as usual for tyranny and injustice Strong Arms Trade Treaty needed as UN Security Council looks unfit for purpose Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights. Media Node:  Dera'a bread protest VIDEO: AIR2012 video news release (A-roll) Twitter Tag:  AIR2012 Story Location:  United Kingdom 51° 31' 5.1996" N, 0° 2' 23.37" W See map: Google Maps “Failed leadership has gone global in the last year, with politicians responding to protests with brutality or indifference. Governments must show legitimate leadership and reject injustice by protecting the powerless and restraining the powerful. ” Source:  Salil Shetty, Amnesty International Secretary General Date:  Thu, 24/05/2012 URL:  Amnesty International Report 2012 Description:  View the entire report URL:  Facts and figures Description:  Infographic
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Les élections présidentielle et législatives ont eu lieu le 11 octobre.


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Taylor verdict sends message that no-one is above the law - 26 April 2012

Headline Title:  Taylor verdict shows no-one is above the law The conviction of Charles Taylor by the Special Court for Sierra Leone sends out a clear message to leaders the world over that no-one is immune from justice -  but while the verdict brings so Charles Taylor's conviction is a milestone, but in Sierra Leone, thousands are yet to see their perpetrators brought to justice.  Media Node:  Taylor on TV Story Location:  United Kingdom 7° 14' 30.7356" N, 10° 32' 48.75" W See map: Google Maps “Today's verdict sends an important message to high-ranking state officials; no matter who you are, you will be brought to justice for crimes.” Source:  Brima Abdulai Sheriff, Director of Amnesty International Sierra Leone.

Charles Taylor reconnu coupable de complicité de crimes de guerre - 26 April 2012

Headline Title:  C. Taylor reconnu coupable de complicité de crimes de guerre Les juges du Tribunal spécial à La Haye ont déclaré Charles Taylor coupable de complicité de crimes de guerre pendant la guerre civile en Sierra Leone. La décision rendue à la Haye au sujet de Charles Taylor rappelle à tous qu'aucun haut responsable ne peut échapper à la justice. Media Node:  Charles Taylor_fr Story Location:  United Kingdom 9° 39' 46.2636" N, 11° 51' 54.8424" W See map: Google Maps “Si la condamnation du jeudi 26 avril apporte un peu de justice à la population de la Sierra Leone, il n'en reste pas moins que Charles Taylor et les autres personnes condamnées par le Tribunal spécial forment juste la partie visible de l'iceberg.” Source:  Brima Abdulai Sheriff, directeur d'Amnesty International en Sierra Leone

Charles Taylor guilty of aiding Sierra Leone war crimes - 26 April 2012

Headline Title:  Charles Taylor guilty of aiding Sierra Leone war crimes International judges in the Hague have found former Liberian president Charles Taylor guilty of aiding and abetting war crimes during the Sierra Leone civil war. Today's Hague verdict for former Liberian leader Charles Taylor is a reminder that no high-ranking state official can evade justice. Media Node:  Charles Taylor Story Location:  United Kingdom 9° 39' 46.2636" N, 11° 51' 54.8424" W See map: Google Maps “While today's conviction brings some measure of justice to the people of Sierra Leone, Taylor and the others sentenced by the Special Court are just the tip of the iceberg.” Source:  Brima Abdulai Sheriff, Director of Amnesty International Sierra Leone

جائزة نوبل للسلام تعترف بالنضال من أجل حقوق المرأة

قالت منظمة العفو الدولية إن جائزة نوبل للسلام للعام الحالي قد احتفت بعمل الناشطات من أجل الدفاع عن حقوق المرأة في شتى أنحاء العالم. قالت منظمة العفو الدولية إن جائزة نوبل للسلام للعام الحالي قد احتفت بعمل الناشطات من أجل الدفاع عن حقوق المرأة في شتى أنحاء العالم.

Prix Nobel de la paix 2011 : une reconnaissance importante de la lutte pour les droits des femmes

La décision du comité d'attribution du prix Nobel de la paix de reconnaître le travail des personnes qui défendent les droits des femmes dans le monde a été saluée par Amnesty International vendredi 7 octobre. La décision du comité d'attribution du prix Nobel de la paix de reconnaître le travail des personnes qui défendent les droits des femmes dans le monde a été saluée par Amnesty International vendred

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