AMDH


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AMDHAcademia Mexicana de Derechos Humanos (Spanish: Mexican Human Rights Academy)
AMDHAssociation Mauritanienne des Droits de l'Homme (French: Mauritanian Association of Human Rights)
AMDHAssociation Marocaine des Droits Humains (French)
AMDHAcromesomelic Dysplasia, Hunter-Thompson Type
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(13) Mamfakinch went on to participate in the "March of Free Women of Morocco" and publish more in-depth analysis of Filali's case, including an interview with AMDH's secretary Samira Kinani (Mulchi, 2012), and coproducing a film by Nadir Bouhmouch titled 475: When Marriage Becomes Punishment (Bouhmouch et al., 2013).
"The police forcibly entered the premises of the association and took away the journalists, causing a big disturbance in the neighborhood," AMDH Executive Director Youssef Raissouni told the AP.
They were attacked after a car carrying British MP Jeremy Corbyn and a member of the AMDH had left the area, Iguilid said.
The Moroccan Association of Human Rights (AMDH) recently condemned the government s "wave of expulsions," saying "human rights violations against immigrants from sub-Saharan Africa have become systematic in our country."
The France-based International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and the Malian Association for Human Rights (AMDH) reported at least 153 deaths.
M'Baye is an attorney and the president and co-founder of the human rights NGO Mauritanian Association for Human Rights, Association Mauritanienne des Droits de l'Homme (AMDH).
The country's main human rights group AMDH said he had been tortured for three days after his arrest to force him to admit to involvement in the riots.
Khadija Ryadi, who heads the Moroccan Human Rights Association (AMDH), said that in the absence of international observers, the vote "witnessed serious violations ...
"The use of mosques and (Islamic) brotherhoods as well as the state domination of media" during the referendum campaign amounted to "discrimination based on public opinion and an illegal use of of public goods," the Moroccan Human Rights Association (AMDH) said in a report unveiled at a press conference here.
The call for demonstrations was backed by the youth wing of the Justice and Charity movement, regarded as Morocco's main Islamist movement, and by several human rights bodies and non-governmental organisations (NGOs), including the Moroccan Association for Human Rights (AMDH).
This reality was further confirmed in interviews (in Morocco, 2005-08) with Mohamed el-Boukili of the Association Marocaine des Droits Humains (AMDH); Khadija Ryadi of the AMDH; Nadia Lamlili, journalist at TelQuel; Omar Bendourou, professor of law, Universite Mohammed V, Souissi; Mouna Cherkaoui, professor of economics at the Universite Mohammed V, Agdal; and Mustapha el-Khalfi, editor of At-Tajdid, the MUR's newspaper.