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The case Julian Assange: Thirteen years of harassment

The case Julian Assange: Thirteen years of harassment

This computer scientist and cybermilitant from Australia presents today all the signs of a psychological torture, according to a rapporteur specialized in human rights of the UN, after thirteen long years of relentlessness on the part of the United States , from Sweden or the United Kingdom. After receiving the

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Spain commits to meliorate its Human rights situation before the UN Human Rights Council, without taking into account all its recommendations

25 July 2015 – The UN Human Rights Council adopted on June 25 its final report ending the second universal periodic review mechanism involving Spain. The Council issued 198 recommendations to meliorate the Human Rights situation on the Spanish soil, but the Iberian Peninsula only accepted to implement 169: 20 alarming and strongly mediatized situations of human rights’ violations go out of the window.

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Joint Press release: Spain Gags Freedom of Expression and Assembly and Restricts the Right to Asylum

31 March 2015 – In a joint press release, the European Association for the Defence of Human Rights (AEDH), the Euro-Mediterranean Network for Human Rights (EMHRN), the World Organization Against Torture (OMCT), FIDH (International Federation for Human Rights) and their member organisations strongly condemn the law, aptly dubbed the “gag law”, and reiterate their serious concerns over the growing restrictions on the right to freedoms of expression and peaceful assembly in Spain.

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Joint Press release: Spain Gags Freedom of Expression and Assembly and Restricts the Right to Asylum

31 March 2015 – In a joint press release, the European Association for the Defence of Human Rights (AEDH), the Euro-Mediterranean Network for Human Rights (EMHRN), the World Organization Against Torture (OMCT), FIDH (International Federation for Human Rights) and their member organisations strongly condemn the law, aptly dubbed the “gag law”, and reiterate their serious concerns over the growing restrictions on the right to freedoms of expression and peaceful assembly in Spain.

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