With the election of a new President, Somalia is at a crossroads in its history. It is essential that all stakeholders take this opportunity to commit to the full promotion and protection of human rights in the country. The test of the new government will be whether it can deliver on human rights commitments. We therefore thank the Independent Expert for his report and detailed recommendations in this regard
Having considered reports on the situation for human rights defenders
Ayant considéré les rapports sur la situation des défenseurs des droits humains dans chaque pays de la sous-région à savoir le Burundi, le Djibouti, l’Érythrée, l’Éthiopie, le Kenya, le Rwanda, la Somalie (et le Somaliland), le Sud-Soudan, le Soudan, la Tanzanie et l’Ouganda…
War Saxaafadeed IFISO Independent Vetting Coalition 20 Agoosto, 2012 Isbaheysiga
IFISO Independent Vetting Coalition calls upon the newly selected Federal
After 20 years of war, there is barely a soul or a structure unscarred in Mogadishu Jack Hill for The Times
On World Press Freedom Day, the East and Horn of
Nineteen Somali human rights defenders benefitted from a capacity-building training in Mogadishu organised jointly by the Human Rights Unit of the United Nations Political Office for Somalia (UNPOS), the East and Horn of Africa Human Rights Defenders Project (EHAHRDP) and Protection International (PI) in March 2012.
Representatives of 50 countries and international organisations will meet tomorrow, 23rd February 2012, in London, UK for an international conference on Somalia. Participants in the London Conference must ensure that accountability and respect for human rights are central to the Somali political process, the East and Horn of Africa Human Rights Defenders Project (EHAHRDP) said today.