15 mai 2009, par Ligue des droits de l’homme,
Syndicat de la Magistrature,
Syndicat des avocats de France
Dans le corps de son précédent rapport bisannuel, la commission nationale ‘Citoyens- Justice-Police’ s’inquiétait légitimement de la dégradation continue et organisée de la relation entre les citoyens et leur police : sur-pénalisation des comportements, fichage exponentiel, policiers et gendarmes soumis à des objectifs chiffrés et exigence de résultats.
14 April 2009, by Amnesty International
To complement Amnesty International’s programme for the rotating EU presidencies, the following document is intended to address our broader human rights concerns to the full range of EU policy makers and actors. It is additionally directed at relevant EU decision makers that do not necessarily have a background in human rights, but whose work nonetheless can potentially create a real impact.
2 avril 2009, par Amnesty International
Les homicides illégaux, les passages à tabac, les injures racistes et l’usage abusif de la force par les agents de la force publique sont interdits en toutes circonstances par le droit international. Or, en France, les plaintes pour ce type de violations des droits humains ne sont pas souvent suivies d’enquêtes effectives, et les responsables de ces actes sont rarement traduits en justice, affirme Amnesty International dans un nouveau rapport, qui paraît ce jeudi 2 avril 2009.
11 March 2009, by London Detainee Support Group
Detained Lives reveals the ineffectiveness and the human impact of the UK’s hidden practice of indefinite immigration detention without time limits. It presents the perspectives of people detained for more than a year on all aspects of detention. The research explores whether indefinite detention achieves its stated aims of deporting people, through analysis of London Detainee Support Group’s case files.
11 March 2009, by Human Rights Watch
The 19th annual World Report summarizes human rights conditions in more than 90 countries and territories worldwide. It reflects extensive investigative work undertaken in 2008 by Human Rights Watch staff, usually in close partnership with human rights activists in the country in question.
24 February 2009, by Amnesty International
Amnesty International welcomes the news that two long years after the European Parliament’s report on European complicity in illegal CIA renditions, the Parliament today is going to adopt a follow-up resolution on this crucial issue.
19 February 2009, by International Commission of Jurists
In one of the most extensive studies of counter-terrorism and human rights yet undertaken, an independent panel of eminent judges and lawyers today presents alarming findings about the impact of counter-terrorism policies worldwide and calls for remedial action. The Eminent Jurists Panel on Terrorism, Counter-Terrorism and Human Rights, established by the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), has based its report «Assessing Damage, Urging Action» on sixteen hearings covering more than forty countries in all regions of the world.
21 January 2009, by Human Rights Watch
Some 1,000 unaccompanied migrant children who have entered Greece in 2008 without parents or caregivers struggle to survive without any state assistance, Human Rights Watch said in a new report issued today.
19 January 2009, by Amnesty International
The European Union (EU) has, in many cases, taken responsibility for ensuring that member states’ laws and policies meet human rights standards. However, on the issue of migration, the EU has been part of the problem rather than part of the solution, inspiring the term «Fortress Europe».
19 January 2009, by Human Rights Watch
Sixty years after the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the governments demonstrating the clearest vision on international rights protections, sadly, are those seeking to undermine enforcement.