Tag Archives | Mauritania

Mauritanie: l’identité, la justice et les déportations de 1989

IHRDA and Open Society Justice Initiative (OSJI) are publishing an edited book whose primary aim is to chronicle a tragic phase of massive deportations and human rights violations (1986-1992) in Mauritanian history, its causes and context, the efforts at seeking justice thereafter in international law, and the struggle for implementation of the decision of African Commission […]

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IHRDA Statement on World Refugee Day – 2009

Institute for Human Rights and Development in Africa Statement on World Refugee Day – Saturday, 20 June 2009 In marking World Refugee Day 2009, the Institute for Human Rights and Development in Africa (IHRDA) wishes to express its solidarity with African refugees forced to flee their homes and abandon their property and livelihoods. IHRDA also […]

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54/91, 61/91, 98/93, 164/97 to 196/97, 210/98 Malawi African Association, Amnesty International, Ms Sarr Diop, Union Interafricaine des Droits de l’Homme and RADDHO, Collectif des Veuves et Ayants Droit, Association Mauritanienne des Droits de l’Homme / Mauritania

This communications were filed before the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights(ACmHPR) by Malawi African Association, Amnesty International, Ms Sarr Diop, Union Interafricaine des Droits de l’Homme and RADDHO, Collectif des Veuves et Ayants Droit, Association Mauritanienne des Droits de l’Homme / Mauritania due to the serious and massive human rights violations against the Black […]

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