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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

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Madrid

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INFORMES REALIZADO POR ORGANIZACIONES DE DERECHOS HUMANOS.
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AMNISTÍA INTERNACIONAL


  • Syria: Rule of fear: ISIS abuses in detention in Northern Syria.” Index Number: MDE 24/063/2013. (19/12/2013). This briefing describes serious abuses of human rights committed in detention facilities run by the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), an armed opposition group that currently controls significant swathes of territory and people in northern Syria, including in al-Raqqa governorate and in and around Aleppo and Idlib. In these areas, ISIS claims it is fighting to establish an “Islamic state” and has introduced harsh rules that it said were based on Shari’a (Islamic law), including cruel and inhuman punishments such as flogging and summary public execution. http://amnesty.org/en/library/asset/MDE24/063/2013/en/32d380a3-cc47-4cb6-869f-2628ca44cb99/mde240632013en.pdf




  • Montenegro: Submission for European Commission: progress report 2013.” Index Number: EUR 66/004/2013. (18/12/2013). This document is based on a submission presented in May 2013 to the European Commission, as part of their consultation with non-governmental organizations, on Montenegro’s progress towards membership of the European Union. The information included in this document covers the period only up to May 2013. In their progress report on Montenegro, published in October 2013, the European Commission reflected many of Amnesty International’s concerns including, significantly on the issue of impunity for crimes under international law. http://amnesty.org/en/library/asset/EUR66/004/2013/en/41e4c708-ef10-4c9e-8ee8-a74e21324273/eur660042013en.pdf




  • China: “Changing the soup but not the medicine?: Abolishing re-education through labour in China.” Index Number: ASA 17/042/2013. (17/12/2013). The announcement on 15 November 2013 that the Chinese Communist Party intends to abolish the Re-education Through Labour (RTL) system is a positive development for China’s criminal justice system. This decision has the promise of sparing hundreds of thousands of individuals possibly years of arbitrary detention, ill-treatment and abusive conditions. The closure of RTL camps will not bring long-term relief or justice if the policies driving the human rights violations do not change. Chinese authorities need to abolish all forms of arbitrary detention and stop punishing individuals for doing nothing more than peacefully exercising their human rights.

http://amnesty.org/en/library/asset/ASA17/042/2013/en/f7e7aec3-e4ed-4d8d-b99b-f6ff6ec860d6/asa170422013en.pdf


  • Democratic Republic of Congo: Better to die while speaking the truth...: Attacks against human rights defenders in North Kivu, DRC.” Index Number: AFR 62/008/2013. (16/12/2013). For over two decades, the eastern provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have been marred by successive waves of instability and protracted armed conflict. Various armed groups, foreign armies, and the Congolese national army FARDC (Forces Armées de la République Démocratique du Congo) have vied for political and military control of land and resources. This report highlights the impact of the ongoing armed conflict on human rights defenders in North Kivu. Amnesty International has documented numerous cases of intimidation, death threats, arbitrary detentions, ill-treatment, and unlawful killings of human rights defenders. http://amnesty.org/en/library/asset/AFR62/008/2013/en/c174bf31-86b0-4563-927d-d148a3f7b0a8/afr620082013en.pdf




  • Bahrain: Children in a maze of injustice.” Index Number: MDE 11/057/2013. (16/12/2013). Scores of Bahraini children have been deprived of their liberty in connection with ongoing anti-government protests, which have engulfed the country since February 2011. The authorities have taken extreme measures to deal with children who they accuse of being in conflict with the law. They have also treated children like adults. In doing so, they disregard international standards for juvenile justice. Children have the right to freedom of expression and assembly and those who might be in conflict with the law must be treated in accordance with juvenile justice principles.

http://amnesty.org/en/library/asset/MDE11/057/2013/en/80b7e23b-1296-4620-b66c-a1ee5fec94d8/mde110572013en.pdf

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH


  • They Came To Kill: Escalating Atrocities in the Central African Republic.” (19/12/2013). This 43-page report, based on weeks of field research in Ouham province, documents the surge in violence by Christian anti-balaka (“anti-machete”) militias since September 2013. The anti-balaka have killed several hundred Muslims, burned their homes, and stolen their cattle. So-called ex-Seleka forces, former members of the predominantly Muslim rebel alliance that overthrew the government in March, retaliated against Christians with the apparent knowledge of their commanders. http://www.hrw.org/sites/default/files/reports/car1213_web.pdf




  • Challenging the Red Lines: Stories of Rights Activists in Saudi Arabia.” (18/12/2013). This report presents the stories of 11 prominent Saudi social and political rights activists, and their struggle to resist government efforts to silence them. Saudi Arabia’s sweeping campaign against human rights and civil society activists has included threats, intimidation, investigations, prosecutions, and detentions. The 11 individuals profiled in this report demonstrate some of the struggles and successes of Saudi Arabia’s small but growing activist community. http://www.hrw.org/sites/default/files/reports/saudi1213webwcover_0.pdf




  • Leave Everything to God: Accountability for Inter-Communal Violence in Plateau and Kaduna States, Nigeria.” (12/12/2013). This 146-page report which includes a photo essay, is based on interviews with more than 180 witnesses and victims of violence in Plateau and Kaduna states, as well as police investigators, prosecutors, defense lawyers, judges, and community leaders. A Human Rights Watch researcher conducted site visits to scenes of major violence, sometimes just days after a massacre, collected and analyzed court documents, and attended some of the court proceedings in Jos, the capital of Plateau State. http://www.hrw.org/sites/default/files/reports/nigeria1213_ForUpload.pdf


ACNUR


  • UNHCR Statistical Yearbook 2012, 12th Edition.” (10/12/2013). Olalla Pérez, de la delegación en España de ACNUR, ha comunicado que este anuario, que se lleva publicando 12 años, informa que a finales de 2012, 45.2 millones de personas se vieron forzadas a abandonar sus hogares en todo el mundo debido a la persecución y a los conflictos, es casi el número más alto en los últimos 12 años. De esta cifra, 15.4 millones de personas son refugiadas, 10.5 personas se encuentran bajo el mandato del ACNUR y 4.9 millones de personas son Palestinos registrados en la UNRWA (Organismo de Obras Públicas y Socorro de las Naciones Unidas para los Refugiados de Palestina en el Cercano Oriente) conocido por sus siglas en inglés UNRWA (de United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East). Las cifras incluyen 28.8 millones de desplazados internos y cerca de 928.200 solicitantes de asilo. Además de mostrar las tendencias estadísticas en las poblaciones bajo mandato del ACNUR a nivel global, este Anuario incluye información acerca de temas metodológicos, soluciones duraderas y nuevos desplazamientos, asilo y determinación del estatuto de refugiado, e información acerca de las características demográficas y la ubicación de las poblaciones de preocupación para el ACNUR. También informa de la respuesta del ACNUR en las emergencias desde una perspectiva estadística. Como novedad, en esta publicación el ACNUR ha abierto un espacio de contribución y análisis para otras fuentes, lo que da una nueva dimensión a las perspectivas reflejadas por los datos. Incluye aspectos comentados por un periodista y por un experto en estadística, que dan una visión profunda en los datos demográficos disponibles para el ACNUR. http://www.unhcr.org/52a7213b9.html



ACCEM


  • Los derechos de las víctimas de trata en la UE.” (26/11/2013). El pasado mes de septiembre la Comisión Europea publicó el documento "Los derechos de las víctimas de trata en la UE", con la finalidad de asistir a los profesionales y a las autoridades de los Estados miembros a la hora de proporcionar atención y una adecuada protección a las víctimas de este grave delito. Este informe es una nueva herramienta para que las víctimas conozcan los derechos que la legislación europea les garantiza. La publicación contiene un resumen práctico y exhaustivo de los derechos de las víctimas según lo establecido en la Carta de los Derechos Fundamentales de la Unión Europea, en las directivas europeas, las decisiones marco y la jurisprudencia del Tribunal Europeo de Derechos Humanos. Este documento se enmarca en la perspectiva de la Unión Europea de combatir esta lacra situando a la víctima y a sus derechos en el centro de cualquier acción coordinada en la que participen las distintas organizaciones e instituciones.

http://ec.europa.eu/anti-trafficking/download.action?nodePath=/EU+Policy/EU+rights+of+victims+of+trafficking_ES.pdf&fileName=EU+rights+of+victims+of+trafficking_ES.pdf&fileType=pdf

Comisión Española de Ayuda al Refugiado. CEAR. Declarada de Utilidad Pública.G 28651529



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