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Zimbabwe: Release Nine Activists Arrested Following Demonstration By Women of Zimbabwe Arise

Amnesty International today called on the Zimbabwean authorities  to immediately and unconditionally release nine members of the activist organization, Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA). The activists, including WOZA leader Jenni Williams, were arrested during a peaceful protest on Tuesday and remain in custody without charge. Amnesty International today called on the Zimbabwean authorities  to immediately and unconditionally release nine members of the activist organization, Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA).

Zimbabwe: Release Nine Activists Arrested Following Demonstration By Women of Zimbabwe Arise

Amnesty International today called on the Zimbabwean authorities  to immediately and unconditionally release nine members of the activist organization, Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA). The activists, including WOZA leader Jenni Williams, were arrested during a peaceful protest on Tuesday and remain in custody without charge. Amnesty International today called on the Zimbabwean authorities  to immediately and unconditionally release nine members of the activist organization, Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA).

Il faut libérer les militants des droits humains arrêtés au Zimbabwe

Amnesty International considère les trois défenseurs des droits humains zimbabwéens arrêtés en début de semaine comme des prisonniers d'opinion et demande leur libération immédiate et inconditionnelle, a déclaré l'organisation jeudi 8 décembre. Amnesty International considère les trois défenseurs des droits humains zimbabwéens arrêtés en début de semaine comme des prisonniers d'opinion et demande leur libération immédiate et inconditionne

Release Human Rights Activists Arrested in Zimbabwe

Amnesty International said today it considers three Zimbabwean human rights activists arrested this week to be “prisoners of conscience” and called for their immediate and unconditional release.

Human rights activists arrested in Zimbabwe must be freed - 9 décembre 2011

Headline Title:  Human rights activists arrested in Zimbabwe must be freed Amnesty International said it considers three Zimbabwean human rights activists arrested this week to be “prisoners of conscience” and called for their immediate and unconditional release. Three Zimbabwean human rights activists arrested this week are “prisoners of conscience". Media Node:  zim-police “The authorities must immediately call a halt to such harassment and respect the rights of human rights defenders” Source:  Erwin van der Borght, Amnesty International’s Africa Programme Director Date:  Ve, 09/12/2011

Protejamos las voces de las mujeres de Zimbabue

Integrantes de la organización de derechos de las mujeres Mujeres de Zimbabue ¡En Pie! (Women of Zimbabwe Arise, WOZA) han sido detenidas reiteradamente cuando participaban en manifestaciones pacíficas de protesta contra la situación socioeconómica y de derechos humanos en Zimbabue.

Protect women’s voices in Zimbabwe

Members of the women's rights organization Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) have repeatedly been arrested while taking part in peaceful demonstrations to protest the social, economic and human rights situation in Zimbabwe.

Les expulsions forcées au Zimbabwe privent des milliers d'enfants d'accès à l'éducation - 5 octobre 2011

Selon un nouveau rapport d'Amnesty International, les enfants forcés à quitter leur domicile par l'opération Murambatsvina ont très peu de chances de pouvoir être scolarisés comme il se doit. Image accompagnant le chapeau:  Le gouvernement du Zimbabwe doit veiller à ce que les enfants vivant dans les zones d'habitation qu'il a créées pour reloger les personnes qui se sont retrouvées sans domicile à la suite de son pro Fichiers:  À Hatcliffe Extension, des enfants de seulement 13 ans cherchent un emploi dans le bâtiment pour gagner leur vie.

Forced evictions in Zimbabwe leave thousands of children without access to education - 5 octobre 2011

A new Amnesty International report says children forced from their homes by Operation Murambatsvina are unlikely to access adequate schooling. Image accompagnant le chapeau:  The Zimbabwean government must ensure that children living in the settlements it created to re-house those made homeless by its mass forced eviction program six years ago are able to go to school, Fichiers:  At Hatcliffe Extension children as young as 13 seek construction work to earn a living