Action Against Hunger joins 34 other organizations to issue the following statement ahead of the International Parliamentary Conference for Peace in Yemen:
Paris - La FIDH et la Ligue ITEKA publient une nouvelle note sur les violences politiques au Burundi, actuellement attisées par la campagne pour le référendum constitutionnel prévu en mai 2018. Trois ans après le début de la crise dans ce pays, le référendum annoncé relève d’ores et déjà moins d’un processus démocratique – l’expression du « non » n’est pas tolérée - que d’une campagne de propagande et de terreur visant à relégitimer un régime isolé.
Continued fighting in South Sudan must not derail justice for crimes committed during the deadly conflict that began in December 2013, said Amnesty International and FIDH in a joint briefing published today.
The organizations are calling on the African Union (AU) Commission and the South Sudan government to urgently establish the proposed Hybrid Court for South Sudan (HCSS).
On 6 and 7 November 2014, FIDH and AMDH held an international seminar in Bamako on transitional justice and national reconciliation in Mali, opened by Prime Minister Moussa Mara. The 230 participants adopted a roadmap for the reconciliation process in Mali which rejects any form of amnesty for past crimes.
FIDH and its member organization Armanshahr/OPEN ASIA welcome the announcement that the physical audit of the 14 June Afghan Presidential run-off election has been completed, and call on the two candidates, Abdullah Abdullah and Ashraf Ghani, to respect the results when they are announced.
FIDH and its member organisation in Mali, AMDH, publish an investigation report on international crimes committed in northern Mali by armed Islamist groups and the MNLA since their first attacks in mid-January 2012.