dating nettstedsundersøkelser A new policy paper from the Norwegian Helsinki Committee presented today argues that Norway and other democratic countries
should establish mechanisms to freeze the assets of persons who commit gross violations of human rights with impunity and
prohibit their entry into the country – the victims of these violations being human rights defenders or whistle-blowers.
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organizations unwilling to register, and its chilling effect is no longer a prediction but a reality. The paper argues that
the Foreign Agents Law has dire consequences for Russian civil society, violates human rights and should be repealed.
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Rights Council has been targeting core tenets of international human rights. The proponents of the initiative have camouflaged
it as laying out new ways of promoting human rights. Traditional values of humankind are a tool to strengthen and underpin
human rights at the local level, they claim. In reality, the initiative threatens to destroy consensus among the states of
the world on how they should honor their human rights obligations.
ladysmith datingside A vision of a Europe with out political prisoners gathered activists and policy makers on 2 June in Berlin for a conference
organised by European Stability Initiative (ESI). Senior European policy makers, parliamentarians, and human rights activists
gathered to discuss what different institutions – the Council of Europe, the European Union and international human rights
organisations – must do to realise the vision of a Europe without political prisoners in the near future. NHC was a supporter
of the conference and secretary General Bjørn Engesland a speaker.
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Russian-Georgian war of August 2008, and highlights the importance of a continued involvement in the Georgia war crimes situation
by the International Criminal Court.
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the Turkish government to recognize the Alevi cem houses as places of worship. The Alevi are Turkey's largest religious minority,
and the cemevi are their houses of worship.
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will cast their ballots and chose their representatives in the Parliament. Serious issues remain, however, about the state
of Hungarian democracy. There is little fear of fraud during elections, but in the media the governing Fidesz party is more
visible than opposition parties and the independence of the judiciary is weakened. You can read and download the policy paper
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is a Q&A on the Ukraine, Russia crisis, where we want to point to some of the main legal and human rights issues in the current
situation. You can read and download the policy paper below.
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fred og samarbeid mellom statene.