EMHRN

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EMHRNEuro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network
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The mission of EMHRN is to promote and strengthen human rights and democratic reform in the EuroMediterranean
3]s judiciary, which is increasingly instrumentalised to crack down on dissidents, particularly human rights activists and protesters," EMHRN said.
EMHRN was established in 1997, comprising about 82 organizations, institutions and individuals from 30 Euro-Med zone nations in response to the Barcelona Declaration and the Euro-Med Partnership.
EMHRN is a network of 82 human rights organisations, institutions and individuals based in 30 countries in Europe and the Mediterranean region.
EMHRN is a network of over 60 human rights organisations based in 30 countries in Europe and the Mediterranean region.
And the EMHRN recommends setting up an action group, comprising representatives from partner counties and NGOs, to give new life to the already existing tools and mechanisms for promoting human rights on a regional level.
EMHRN noted in the statement that "the continued denial of Abdel Fattah's bail requests violates both Egyptian and International Law".
The Observatory, the EMHRN and the CIHRS urge the Syrian authorities to put an end to all acts of harassment against human rights defenders, to immediately and unconditionally release all persons arbitrarily detained and to conform in all circumstances with the United Nations Declaration on Human Rights Defenders (1998) as well as international human rights instruments ratified by Syria.
EMHRN is a network of more than 80 human rights organisations, institutions and individuals based in 30 countries in the Euro-Mediterranean region.
Those measures against fishermen in Gaza were a clear violation to all deals signed with the Palestinian authority which enabled fishing in an area of 20 nautical miles of the Gaza shores, the EMHRN report indicated, adding that as of 2009, Israel allowed fishermen to work within a three nautical miles, a significant reduction which increased the suffering of Gazans.
Members of the delegation briefed the Minister on the EMHRN efforts as a body that proposes reforms likely to affect the public service of justice, particularly as regards facilitating women's access to justice and ensuring their right to sue.
The EMHRN said one that is in "compliance with international human rights standards" should replace it.