FIDH

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FIDHFédération Internationale des Ligues des Droits de l'Homme (French: International Federation for Human Rights)
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Tcherina Jerolon, Africa Desk Deputy Director, FIDH. Daisy Schmitt, Women's Rights Programme Officer, FIDH
"We challenge the FIDH and the OMCT to formally bring all their documented cases before the Philippine government to settle this matter once and for all.
The WGAD opinion, adopted on April 19, is a response to FIDH's December complaint on the arrest and detention of Sokha, regarding it as 'politically motivated' in the context of 'what appears to be an escalating trend in Cambodia of suppression of criticism of the government' ahead of July's general election.
Several organisations (Association France Palestine Solidarite, CCFD -- Terre Solidaire, Fair Finance France, FIDH, LDH, Solidaires, CGT and Al-Haq) published a report ( in French ) today on French banks' dangerous liaisons with the Israeli settlement enterprise.
In particular, FIDH identifies Azza Soliman, a human rights lawyer and founder of the Centre for Egyptian Women's Legal Assistance.
While these practices have never been uncommon in Egypt's detention centers, a recent report by the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) indicates that sexual violence is increasingly being committed by police, army, security, and intelligence officials in the country.
Uzbekistan human rights defender Azamjon Formonov was sentenced to five additional years in prison, the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) said May 27.
Paul Nsapu, secretary general for Africa of the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH), said that most of the victims had been killed by government security forces as they took part in political protests.
La FIDH a motive son boycott par la multiplication des violations des droits de l'homme au Sahara occidental et au Maroc.
Bradley Gibbs took the Intermediate on Dbobe and Rachel Leyshon the Restricted on Grianan Fidh.
The International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) regretted, Monday, the appeal trial of those responsible of repression of "the January 14 Revolution which led to reducing of sentences and release of former chiefs of Ben Ali's regime."