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OFICINAS CENTRALES

General Perón 32, 2º drcha

28020 MADRID

Tel: 91.598.0535



Fax:91.597.2361
DELEGACIONES

Cataluña

Valencia

Euskadi

Canarias

Madrid

Andalucía



INFORMES REALIZADO POR ORGANIZACIONES DE DERECHOS HUMANOS.
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HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH

  • Claiming Rights: Domestic Workers’ Movements and Global Advances for Labor Reform.” (28/10/2013). This 33-page report, released by IDWN, the ITUC, and Human Rights Watch, charts ratification of the International Labour Organization (ILO) Domestic Workers Convention, national labor law reforms, and the growing influence of emerging domestic workers’ rights movements. http://www.hrw.org/sites/default/files/reports/globaldw1013_brochure_LOWRES_SPREADS.pdf

AMNISTÍA INTERNACIONAL

  • Jordan: Growing restrictions growing restrictions, tough conditions: The plight of those fleeing Syria to Jordan.” (31/10/2013). Index Number: MDE 16/003/2013. Almost one third of Syria’s population have fled their homes. More than 2 million are refugees living outside Syria – mostly in Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey, Iraq and Egypt – and 4.25 million individuals are displaced internally in Syria. They have fled widespread violence and human rights abuses, including war crimes and crimes against humanity. Amnesty International is publishing this report to draw attention to the difficulties faced by people from Syria as they flee their country in search of safety. http://amnesty.org/en/library/asset/MDE16/003/2013/en/c29bdf87-a4e5-40ff-b65b-df88005298b5/mde160032013en.pdf



  • Italy: Double standards: Italy’s housing policies discriminate against Roma.” (30/10/2013). Index Number: EUR 30/008/2013. In Italy’s capital, Rome, people in need of housing are treated differently according to their ethnicity. This report exposes how the municipality of Rome has consistently designed and implemented housing policies that discriminate against Roma and violate their right to adequate housing. They are not the only municipality in Italy to be doing this. The report also addresses the failure of the national government to ensure equal access to adequate housing for all across the country, in breach of international human rights law and EU anti-discrimination legislation. http://amnesty.org/en/library/asset/EUR30/008/2013/en/dd9a2be2-5fd7-42ee-aa67-4679daf15e5e/eur300082013en.pdf



  • Central African Republic: Human rights crisis spiralling out of control.” (29/10/2013). Index Number: AFR 19/003/2013. Amnesty International is deeply concerned about the continuing large-scale commission of serious violations of international human rights law and international humanitarian law during the internal armed conflict in the Central African Republic. The armed conflict escalated in early December 2012 when Seleka, a coalition of several armed groups, launched an armed offensive against the government of former President François Bozizé. Seleka seized power on 24 March 2013 and the human rights violations have continued since. In this report, Amnesty International highlights human rights violations and abuses mainly committed by Seleka. http://amnesty.org/en/library/asset/AFR19/003/2013/en/7cb18014-e52a-4ab6-a879-4ac73d98c8af/afr190032013en.pdf



  • Uzbekistan: Submission to the United Nations Committee Against Torture [14/10/13].” (28/10/2013). Index Number: EUR 62/011/2013. Amnesty International submits this briefing to the United Nations Committee against Torture ahead of its examination of Uzbekistan’s report on the implementation of the UN Convention against Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment. In particular, Amnesty International is concerned about torture and other ill-treatment during detention; incommunicado detention; arbitrary extension of length of imprisonment; ill-treatment of individuals returned to Uzbekistan from other countries; allegations of abductions and renditions; and failure to thoroughly investigate allegations torture and other ill-treatment, resulting in impunity. http://amnesty.org/en/library/asset/EUR62/011/2013/en/0156a699-cf33-4d16-b330-c202a90b03a1/eur620112013en.pdf

ECRE (NEWS)

  • One million human trafficking victims are used as slave workers across Europe.” (28/10/2013). A report by the Special Committee on Organised Crime, Corruption and Money Laundering of the European Parliament (CRIM), adopted this week, reveals that there are currently about one million human trafficking victims used as slave labourers across Europe generating an estimated €25 billion per year criminal enterprise. The European Parliament stressed the importance of the adoption of a European action plan for 2014-2019, which would “provide a roadmap and adequate resources” to eradicate human trafficking and forced labour in particular of children and women “through tougher sanctions” and to ensure trafficked victims are protected and supported. Last week, in its third annual report, the Council of Europe’s Expert Group on Trafficking in Human Beings (GRETA) called upon States to “up their game” with regards to the criminalisation of all forms of human trafficking, the prosecution of human traffickers and the protection of trafficked victims. http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?type=TA&reference=P7-TA-2013-0444&language=EN&ring=A7-2013-0307

ACCEM

  • Estudio sobre identificaciones policiales por perfil étnico en España: informe sobre experiencias y actitudes en relación con las actuaciones policiales.Elaborado por el Instituto de Derechos Humanos de la Universitat de València y Open Society Justice Iniciative. (28/10/2013). El documento analiza los resultados de una encuesta realizada en abril de 2013 por la empresa Metroscopia. Se trata de la primera encuesta realizada en España que compara experiencias policiales entre la población mayoritaria caucásica y las distintas minorías étnicas y raciales existentes en España. El estudio, publicado en la colección "Derechos humanos" de la editorial Tirant lo Blanch y el Servei de Publicacions de la Universitat de València, con prólogo del profesor Javier de Lucas, da respuesta, con datos científicos, a las siguientes preguntas: ¿hay algún tipo de sesgo discriminatorio en los controles policiales, tales como las identificaciones, registros o cacheos?, ¿afecta el color de la piel o la apariencia étnica en dichas actuaciones policiales?, ¿son eficaces -en cuanto al descubrimiento de ilícitos- estas prácticas policiales?, y ¿tienen algún impacto en la legitimidad de la policía y la confianza de los distintos colectivos en esta institución? http://www.accem.es/ficheros/documentos/pdf_igualdad/2013_perfil_etnico.pdf

FRA (European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights)

  • EU solidarity and Frontex: fundamental rights challenges.” (August 2013). The majority of irregular arrivals by sea to the European Union (EU) occur in the Mediterranean. Although the phenomenon is not widespread throughout the EU, it affects the EU as a whole. This publication reviews the solidarity measures the EU has established to support those countries most affected by irregular arrivals by sea. It will focus on the fundamental rights challenges raised by such measures but will not discuss whether these measures are sufficient and adequate for genuinely sharing the costs associated with the arrivals. This publication will also touch upon EU funding instruments and intra-EU relocation from Malta and more thoroughly describe the operational cooperation with Frontex.

Resumen del informe disponible en español: http://fra.europa.eu/sites/default/files/summary-fundamental-rights-southern-sea-borders_es.pdf

Informe completo en inglés: http://fra.europa.eu/sites/default/files/fundamental-rights-europes-southern-sea-borders-jul-13_en.pdf

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