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[Statement] Joint statement on the International Week of the Disappeared - AFAD/FIND/iDEFEND

JOINT STATEMENT ON THE INTERNATIONAL WEEK OF THE DISAPPEARED

As this year’s International Week of the Disappeared begins, we call upon the Philippine Government to end enforced disappearances and bring to justice all perpetrators of this grave human rights violation. 341 more words

Human Rights

[Event] Kite Flying and Family Day, Intl. Day of the Disappeared

Fly a kite, have breakfast, hold a picnic, show support and solidarity with the families and victims of enforced disappearance on the last day of the International Week of the Disappeared. 87 more words

Human Rights

ANNOUNCEMENT: AFAD CALL FOR EXTERNAL EVALUATORS

ANNOUNCEMENT: AFAD CALL FOR EXTERNAL EVALUATORS

The Asian Federation Against Involuntary Disappearances (AFAD), a human rights network of human rights organizations working directly on the issue of enforced disappearances in Asia, is in need of an External Evaluator for its two (2) regional projects. 247 more words

Human Rights

Li Heping’s Release – A Moment to Celebrate or a Continuing Case of Concern?

Li Heping’s reunion with his family on 9 May 2017 was a moment for celebration; the celebration of an innocent man’s reunion with his long-suffering family and the celebration of the end of a period of torture, interrogation and imprisonment. 721 more words

China

International Criminal Court against Child Kidnapping

The International Criminal Court against Child Kidnapping is an organization pursuing its authority on principles long established by international conventions, laws and treaties. The International Criminal Court against Child Kidnapping accepts universal jurisdiction based on international laws to prosecute individuals for the international crimes of (parental) child kidnapping, crimes against humanity, human rights violations and the enforced disappearance of children by Government Officials. 83 more words

Crimes Against Humanity

With 3 updates: Lese majeste arrests in stolen democracy plaque case

We recently posted on the abductions conducted by the military dictatorship’s official thugs.  That post mentioned that the military had detained, incommunicado, two political dissidents. 820 more words

The Dictator and the media means repression

There’s been a spate of reporting saying the military dictatorship was prepared to “compromise” on the controversial media control bill.

For example, the Bangkok Post stated… 571 more words