The Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network (EMHRN) condemns the decision of the Aïn Sebaâ Criminal Court of Casablanca to sentence eleven young activists of the ‘20th of February Movement’ to up to one year in prison, following their participation in a peaceful protest.
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In the view of the upcoming June European Council, where strategic guidelines will be adopted outlining future EU Home Affairs policies, we, the undersigned organisations, children’s ombudspersons of Europe and the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child, are writing to urge member states to build on previous commitments to children and make child rights a priority.
The EMHRN with more than one hundred civil society groups from around the world issued a statement on thursday 15 May to urge the United Nations Security Council to approve a resolution to refer the situation in Syria to the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court.
Every year, APDHA, our spanish member, publishes its report “Human Rights at the southern border”, aims at giving a global vision of the migration flows management at the EU southern border.
Call upon the EU Commission, the EU Parliament and the EU Council of Justice and Home Affairs to take immediate action.