In the aftermath of the forced and sudden evacuation of the Choucha camp on 19 June 2017, the signatory organisations have reiterated their concerns regarding the position adopted by the Tunisian authorities as regards the management of the situation of the individuals that were still in the camp. It is imperative that solutions respectful of … Continued
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Exiting the dead-end On 20 June 2017, the Moroccan authorities have announced they would ensure the protection of the 13 Syrian families who had been stranded at the Algeria-Morocco border since 18 April 2017. EuroMed Rights welcomes this initiative. Civil society organisations will closely monitor the situation so as to make sure that these refugees … Continued
For over 60 days, Algeria and Morocco have abandoned 28 refugees from Syria at their border. EuroMed Rights and its members demand that the authorities of both countries assume their responsibilities and accept that a humanitarian delegation and a UNHCR delegation immediately reach these people. How many press releases will it take? How many associative … Continued
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On June 2, EuroMed Rights organised a press conference in Brussels: “Israel & OPT: 50 years of occupation, 50 years of impunity”. During the event, excerpts from films featuring the daily life of Palestinians were screened. These short features have been produced by the prominent Israeli and Palestinian member organisations composing the panel, together with … Continued
On Sunday 11 June, thousands of Moroccans gathered in Rabat in solidarity with the demonstrators of the Rif (region in northern Morocco). EuroMed Rights adds its voice to their call, and emphasizes its great concern regarding the Moroccan authorities’ repression of protesters and the pacific social movements taking place in the region. Since 28 October … Continued
This Tuesday 13 June, the Hungarian Parliament adopted a law restricting further the work of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) operating in Hungary. This law requires for NGOs receiving more than 24,000 Euros (7.2 million HUF) annually from a foreign source, to disclose their foreign donors. In addition, NGOs will need to publicise the donors’ labels on … Continued
The undersigned civil society organisations express our serious concern over the recent escalation of restrictions on civil society and the public vilification of human rights defenders in Egypt. We call on the Egyptian authorities to uphold their international obligations and ensure that civil society and human rights defenders can work in a safe and enabling … Continued
Refugees blocked at Algeria / Morocco border forCountup LIFE-THREATENING OBSTINACY AT THE ALGERIAN-MOROCCAN BORDER Must someone die for the families stuck at the Algerian-Moroccan border to receive water, food, and the protection they are entitled to? Our organisations call for an immediate solution to be found, before it is too late. The Algerian Foreign Ministry’s … Continued
The 5th of June 2017 marks 50 years since the beginning of Israel’s occupation of the Palestinian Territory. Israelis and Palestinians now live a reality where, under a single regime, one group is privileged while the other is deprived of its basic human rights. For 50 years, Israel has administered a pervasive system of control … Continued