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LDH, France – Peace in the Basque Country – And now the prisoners!

LDH, France – Peace in the Basque Country – And now the prisoners!

A press conference was held in Paris on 23 November, at the headquarters of the League of Human Rights, to present the massive and determined mobilisation entitled “Peace in the Basque Country: now the prisoners!” that will be organised by Artisans of Peace on December 9 in Paris.
By reaffirming

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LDH France – Call to a radical change for migration policy in France

More than 200 organisations, including our member, the French League for Human Rights, call on Emmanuel Macron, Edouard Philippe and Gérard Collomb to radically change French migration policy. They also called for a national emergency conference to come up with alternative reception policies.
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Call for solidarity: LDH France says yes!

Solidarities should shape the government decision-making process in the next five-years. That is why the French League for Human Rights supports the call for solidarity. More than 80 non-governmental organisations have decided to raise their voices and encourage those who are dreaming of generosity and solidarity to join them.

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The French League of Human Rights (LDH) addresses a joint open letter to the President on September 10, 2015.

On September 10 of 2015, LDH sent a letter to the French President on the subject of the migration crisis, co-signed by French and international associations such as Migreurop, Euromed rights – EMHRN or Médecins du Monde. LDH called the French government to support a general welcoming plan for refugees in all the countries of the European Union. LDH also asks for a suspension of Dublin agreements pending a revision of the text by the European Parliament.

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LDH France is opposed to the huge number of forced evacuations of Roms in France

Close to 4000 forced evacuations of Roms happened in the first semester 2015 in France. More than the evacuation, the seizure of the goods belonging to the dispossessed persons makes their situation even more precarious. Despite the numerous calls from the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) of the UN and by the Commissioner of Human Rights of the Council of Europe Mr Muižnieks, the French authorities keep applying a line of conduct yet infringing the very legislation of the state.

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