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Cambodge. Il faut cesser de recourir à une force excessive contre les militants pacifiques pour le droit à la terre

Les autorités cambodgiennes doivent cesser de recourir à une force excessive contre les militants pacifiques pour le droit à la terre et le droit au logement, a déclaré Amnesty International jeudi 2 février, après que la police a violemment dispersé un groupe d'environ 150 femmes qui protestaient contre des expulsions forcées dans la capitale Phnom Penh. Les autorités cambodgiennes doivent cesser de recourir à une force excessive contre les militants pacifiques pour le droit à la terre et le droit au logement, a déclaré Amnesty International jeudi

Cambodia: Stop the use of excessive force against peaceful land activists

Cambodian authorities must stop the use of excessive force against peaceful land and housing activists, Amnesty International said today, after police violently dispersed a group of around 150 women protesting forced evictions in the capital Phnom Penh. Cambodian authorities must stop the use of excessive force against peaceful land and housing activists, Amnesty International said today, after police violently dispersed a group of around 150 wome

Cambodia: Stop the use of excessive force against peaceful land activists - 2 février 2012

Headline Title:  Cambodia: Stop the use of excessive force against peaceful land activists Cambodian authorities must stop the use of excessive force against peaceful land and housing activists, Amnesty International said today, after police violently dispersed a group of around 150 wome Excessive force has been used on a number of occasions against peaceful demonstrations in Cambodia calling for land rights to be respected. Media Node:  Borei Keila forced eviction in Phnom Penh Story Location:  Cambodge 11° 33' 33.5772" N, 104° 7' 42.3048" E “The Cambodian government is saying one thing and authorities at the local level are doing another. Yesterday’s use of excessive force by police in Phnom Penh contradicts the Prime Minister’s call for peaceful resolutions to land disputes.” Source:  Donna Guest, Deputy Director of Amnesty International’s Asia-Pacific Programme Date:  Je, 02/02/2012 URL:  Cambodia: Borei Keila forced eviction and arbitrary detention of 22 women and 6 children Description:  Letter, 23 January 2012 URL:  Cambodia: Release peaceful protesters detained over forced eviction Description:  Press release, 12 January 2012 URL:  Cambodia: Victims of forced eviction detained Description:  Urgent action, 11 January 2012 URL:  Cambodia: Eviction and resistance in Cambodia: Five women tell their stories Description:  Report, 24 November 2011 URL:  Cambodia: Women hit hard by wave of forced evictions Description:  News story, 24 November 2011

Camboya: Se insta a dejar en libertad a manifestantes pacíficos detenidos tras desalojo forzoso.

Las autoridades camboyanas deben dejar de inmediato en libertad a 24 mujeres y 6 niños que fueron detenidos ayer cuando se manifestaban pacíficamente en contra de su desalojo forzoso.   Las autoridades camboyanas deben dejar de inmediato en libertad a 24 mujeres y 6 niños que fueron detenidos ayer cuando se manifestaban pacíficamente en con

Cambodge. Il faut libérer les manifestants pacifiques placés en détention dans le cadre d'expulsions forcées

Les autorités cambodgiennes doivent immédiatement libérer 24 femmes et six enfants arrêtés mercredi 11 janvier alors qu'ils protestaient sans violence contre leur expulsion forcée. Les autorités cambodgiennes doivent immédiatement libérer 24 femmes et six enfants arrêtés mercredi 11 janvier alors qu'ils protestaient sans violence contre leur expulsion forcée.

Cambodia: Release peaceful protesters detained over forced eviction

The Cambodian authorities must immediately release 24 women and six children detained yesterday while peacefully protesting their forced eviction. The Cambodian authorities must immediately release 24 women and six children detained yesterday while peacefully protesting their forced eviction.

Cambodia: Release peaceful protesters detained over forced eviction - 12 janvier 2012

Headline Title:  Cambodia: Release peaceful protesters after forced eviction The Cambodian authorities must immediately release 24 women and six children detained yesterday while peacefully protesting their forced eviction. 24 women and six children have been detained while protesting last week's violent forced eviction of 300 families from Borei Keila in Phnom Penh. Media Node:  Cambodia: Borei Keila forced eviction site Story Location:  United Kingdom 10° 53' 57.4836" N, 104° 59' 7.2672" E See map: Google Maps “The women and children are some of Cambodia’s poorest, most vulnerable people – and when they’ve stood up for their legitimate rights they’ve been rounded up and locked away.” Source:  Donna Guest, Amnesty International's Deputy Director for the Asia Pacific Date:  Je, 12/01/2012 URL:  Victims of forced eviction detained Description:  Urgent Action, 11 January 2012 URL:  Cambodia urged to drop charges against Boeung Kak Lake activists Description:  News, 29 November 2011 URL:  Eviction and resistance in Cambodia: Five women tell their stories Description:  Report landing page, 23 November 2011 URL:  Demand Dignity Description:  Amnesty International's campaign for economic and social rights

Le Cambodge doit abandonner les poursuites engagées contre des militantes du lac Boeung Kak

Les autorités cambodgiennes doivent abandonner les charges à caractère politique retenues contre quatre femmes ayant participé à des manifestations pacifiques pour dénoncer la situation autour du lac Boeung Kak, à Phnom Penh, où près de 20 000 personnes ont été expulsées de force depuis 2008, a déclaré Amnesty International mardi 29 novembre 2011. Les autorités cambodgiennes doivent abandonner les charges à caractère politique retenues contre quatre femmes ayant participé à des manifestations pacifiques pour dénoncer la situation autour du l

Cambodia urged to drop charges against Boeung Kak Lake activists

 Cambodian authorities must drop politically-motivated charges against four women involved in peaceful protests about the situation at Boeung Kak Lake in Phnom Penh, where almost 20,000 people have been forcibly evicted since 2008,  Amnesty International said today.  

Cambodia urged to drop charges against Boeung Kak Lake activists - 29 novembre 2011

Headline Title:  Cambodia: Drop charges against Boeung Kak Lake activists Cambodian authorities must drop politically-motivated charges against four women involved in peaceful protests about the situation at Boeung Kak Lake in Phnom Penh, where almost 20,000 people have Four Cambodian women face politically motivated charges over protests linked to forced evictions at Boueng Kak Lake in Phnom Penh. Media Node:  Tep Vanny Twitter Tag:  DemandDignity Story Location:  Royaume-Uni 12° 10' 26.0724" N, 105° 30' 6.1524" E See map: Google Maps “Cambodian authorities must stop targeting activists who are peacefully defending their communities’ rights. ” Source:  Sam Zarifi, director of Amnesty International’s Asia-Pacific Programme. Date:  Ma, 29/11/2011 URL:  Cambodia: Women hit hard by wave of forced evictions Description:  Press release, 23 November 2011 URL:  Eviction and resistance in Cambodia Description:  Report, 23 November 2011