Europe And Central Asia

ΟΧΙ ΣΤΑ ΟΠΛΑ ΓΙΑ ΠΑΡΑΒΙΑΣΕΙΣ: ΑΜΕΣΗ ΥΠΟΓΡΑΦΗ ΜΙΑΣ ΣΥΝΘΗΚΗΣ ΓΙΑ ΤΟ ΕΜΠΟΡΙΟ ΟΠΛΩΝ

Το ανεύθυνο και ελλιπώς ρυθμιζόμενο εμπόριο όπλων τροφοδοτεί παγκοσμίως σοβαρές παραβιάσεις των ανθρωπίνων δικαιωμάτων, βία και συγκρούσεις. Αυτό μπορεί να αλλάξει με μια Συνθήκη για το Εμπόριο Όπλων. Millions of people are being killed, injured, raped, repressed and forced to flee their homes every year.Health, education and other services are being denied and livelihoods destroyed.

Italy must protect the rights of Roma with deeds and not just words

Hundreds of Romani families are trapped in a cycle of forced evictions in Italy. Forced eviction of Romani families living in an informal camp in via Severini, in Rome, on 26 March 2012.© Amnesty International

Europa e Ásia Central

Policial maltrata ativista político durante manifestação em Baku, Azerbaijão, 12 de março de 2011. Em março e abril, os protestos foram praticamente criminalizados e muitos organizadores presos.

Policial maltrata ativista político durante manifestação em Baku, Azerbaijão, 12 de março de 2011. Em março e abril, os protestos foram praticamente criminalizados e muitos organizadores presos.

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Ao amanhecer de um dia de primavera, em um pequeno vilarejo da Sérvia, uma das maiores caçadas humanas da Europa chegava ao fim. O general Ratko Mladić, procurado, entre outras coisas, pelo assassinato de 8 mil homens e meninos em Srebrenica, finalmente enfrentaria a Justiça. Dois meses depois, o sérvio-croata Goran Hadžić, o último suspeito ainda procurado pelo Tribunal Penal Internacional para a ex-Iugoslávia, também foi detido na Sérvia e transferido para Haia.

Europa y Asia Central

Unos policías maltratan a un activista político durante una protesta en Bakú (Azerbaiyán), 12 de marzo de 2011.

Unos policías maltratan a un activista político durante una protesta en Bakú (Azerbaiyán), 12 de marzo de 2011.

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Un día de primavera, de madrugada, llegó a su fin en un pequeño pueblo de Serbia una de las mayores operaciones de búsqueda y captura de la historia europea. El general Ratko Mladić, buscado entre otras cosas por el asesinato de 8.000 varones adultos y menores de edad en Srebrenica, por fin compareció ante la justicia. Dos meses después, el serbocroata Goran Hadžić, último prófugo del Tribunal Penal Internacional para la ex Yugoslavia, también fue detenido en Serbia y, posteriormente, trasladado a La Haya.

Europe et Asie centrale

Des policiers maltraitent un militant politique lors d’une manifestation à Bakou (Azerbaïdjan), le 12 mars 2011.

Des policiers maltraitent un militant politique lors d’une manifestation à Bakou (Azerbaïdjan), le 12 mars 2011.

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La cavale de l’un des hommes les plus recherchés d’Europe s’est terminée par un matin de printemps dans un petit village de Serbie. Accusé, entre autres, du meurtre de 8 000 hommes et jeunes garçons de Srebrenica, Ratko Mladić allait enfin devoir affronter la justice. Deux mois plus tard, le Serbe de Croatie Goran Hadžić, dernier inculpé du Tribunal pénal international pour l’ex-Yougoslavie encore en liberté, était à son tour arrêté en Serbie et transféré à La Haye.

أوروبا وآسيا الوسطى

رجال شرطة يسيئون معاملة ناشط سياسي أثناء احتجاج في باكور، بأذربيجان، 12 مارس/آذار 2011.

رجال شرطة يسيئون معاملة ناشط سياسي أثناء احتجاج في باكور، بأذربيجان، 12 مارس/آذار 2011.

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ذات صباح ربيعي في قرية صغيرة في صربيا، وصلت أكبر عملية مطاردة لرجل في أوروبا إلى نهايتها. فالجنرال راتكو ملاديتش، المطلوب، بين جملة تهم، بتهمة قتل 8,000 رجل وصبي في سيربرينتسا، سيواجه أخيراً العدالة. وعقب شهرين، اعتقل كذلك الكرواتي من أصول صربية غوران هادجيتش، آخر المشتبه بهم المطلوبين "للمحكمة الجنائية الدولية الخاصة بيوغوسلافيا السابقة"، ونُقل من ثم إلى لاهاي.

Europe and Central Asia

Policemen ill-treating a political activist during a protest in Baku, Azerbaijan, 12 March 2011.

Policemen ill-treating a political activist during a protest in Baku, Azerbaijan, 12 March 2011.

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Early one spring morning in a small village in Serbia, one of Europe’s biggest manhunts came to an end. General Ratko Mladić, wanted among other things for the murder of 8,000 men and boys in Srebrenica, was finally set to face justice. Two months later  Croatian Serb Goran Hadžić, the last remaining suspect wanted by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, was also detained in Serbia and subsequently transferred to The Hague.

Brighton declaration: States must be serious about European Court’s judgments instead of tampering with its independence

A political declaration by the 47 Council of Europe member states fails to address key challenges faced by the European Court of Human Rights even if it contains some positive measures, A political declaration by the 47 Council of Europe member states fails to address key challenges faced by the European Court of Human Rights even if it contains some positive measures, Amnesty Int

European ministers must protect the integrity and authority of the European Court of Human Rights

It’s time for European governments to strengthen the European Court of Human Rights and give it the resources it needs to do its work, Amnesty International said, urging ministers of the 47 member states of the Council of Europe to refrain from interfering in its independence It’s time for European governments to strengthen the European Court of Human Rights and give it the resources it needs to do its work, Amnesty International said, urging ministers of the 47 member

Discriminación contra personas musulmanas por manifestar su fe

Los gobiernos europeos deben tomar más medidas para combatir los prejuicios y estereotipos negativos contra los musulmanes, unos prejuicios y estereotipos que fomentan la discriminación, especialmente en la educación y el empleo.  

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