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Nigeria. Le président doit opposer son veto à un projet de loi anti-LGBTI discriminatoire

Le président du Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan, ne doit pas promulguer une nouvelle loi draconienne qui officialiserait la discrimination envers les personnes lesbiennes, gays, bisexuelles, transgenres et intersexuées (LGBTI) et aurait de multiples conséquences sur les libertés publiques dans le pays, ont déclaré mercredi 5 juin 10 organisations nigérianes et internationales de défense des droits humains.   Le président du Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan, ne doit pas promulguer une nouvelle loi draconienne qui officialiserait la discrimination envers les personnes lesbiennes, gays, bisexuelles, transgenres

Nigeria: President must veto discriminatory anti-LGBTI bill

President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria  should not sign into law a draconian new bill that would formalize discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people and have wide-ranging effects on civil liberties in the country, 10 Nigerian and international human rights groups said today.  President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria  should not sign into law a draconian new bill that would formalize discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) peopl

Nigeria: President must veto discriminatory anti-LGBTI bill - 5 June 2013

Headline Title:  Nigeria: President must veto discriminatory anti-LGBTI bill President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria  should not sign into law a draconian new bill that would formalize discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) peopl President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria  should not sign into law a draconian new bill that would formalize discrimination against LGBTI people and have wide-ranging effects on civil liberties in the country. Media Node:  Nigeria LGBTI law Twitter Tag:  LGBTI Story Location:  Nigeria 7° 35' 41.4492" N, 4° 5' 12.8904" W “The bill is a throwback to past decades under military rule when these civil rights were treated with contempt” Source:  Lucy Freeman, deputy director of the Africa Programme at Amnesty International Date:  Wed, 05/06/2013 “The Nigerian government knows that its criminal laws already hinder access to services, and has acknowledged the need to target services to at-risk populations” Source:  Graeme Reid, director of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Rights Program at Human Rights Watch Date:  Wed, 05/06/2013 URL:  Nigeria urged to halt bill banning same-sex relationships Description:  News story, 29 November 2011

Nigeria. L'état d'urgence ne doit pas se traduire par une augmentation des atteintes aux droits humains

Les autorités nigérianes ne doivent pas profiter de l'état d'urgence en vigueur dans le nord du pays pour commettre des violations des droits humains, a déclaré Amnesty International jeudi 23 mai 2013, tandis que l'armée poursuivait son offensive contre le groupe islamiste armé Boko Haram. Les autorités nigérianes ne doivent pas profiter de l'état d'urgence en vigueur dans le nord du pays pour commettre des violations des droits humains, a déclaré Amnesty International jeudi 23&

Nigeria: State of emergency must not lead to more human rights abuses

Nigerian authorities must not use the state of emergency imposed in the north of the country as an excuse to commit human rights violations, Amnesty International urged today as the military continued its assault on Islamist armed group Boko Haram. Nigerian authorities must not use the state of emergency imposed in the north of the country as an excuse to commit human rights violations, Amnesty International urged today as the military contin

Nigeria: State of emergency must not lead to more human rights abuses - 22 May 2013

Headline Title:  Nigeria: State of emergency must not lead to more human rights abuses Nigerian authorities must not use the state of emergency imposed in the north of the country as an excuse to commit human rights violations, Amnesty International urged today as the military contin Nigerian authorities must not use the state of emergency imposed in the north of the country as an excuse to commit human rights violations, Amnesty International urges. Media Node:  nigeriaa Twitter Tag:  nigeria “Issues of national security and the state of emergency do not give the military carte blanche to do whatever they want.” Source:  Amnesty International's Lucy Freeman URL:  Nigeria: Trapped in the cycle of violence (Report, 1 November 2012)
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Contexte

En janvier, le Congrès des travailleurs nigérians (NLC) ainsi que d’autres syndicats et des organisations de défense des dr


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خلفية

في يناير/كانون الثاني، أعلن «المجلس العمالي النيجيري» ونقابات عمالية ومنظمات أخرى للحقوق المدنية فعاليات لإضراب عام على صعيد ا


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Información general

En enero, el Congreso Sindical Nigeriano y otros sindicatos, así como diversas organizaciones de defensa de los


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Background

In January, the Nigeria Labour Congress, other trade unions and civil rights organizations declared a nationwide strike a


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