49e SESSION du CDH - ÉVÉNEMENTS PARALLÈLES
CAP Liberté de Conscience

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Coordination des Associations et des Particuliers pour la Liberté de Conscience

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Civil society platform of Fundamental Rights created by the EU FRA
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Member : European Network Of Religion and Belief - ENORB
Advisory Board : International Council for Diplomacy and Dialogue

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49e SESSION du CDH - ÉVÉNEMENTS PARALLÈLES


Escalade des violations des droits humains
au 21ème siècle

Prélèvements forcés d'organes sur des personnes vivantes perpétrés par l'État
22 mars 2022

Trouver des solutions pour aider à combattre
les crimes contre l'humanité

23 mars 2022

 
Madame, Monsieur,
 
CAP Liberté de Conscience (ECOSOC depuis 2016) organise deux événements parallèles virtuels pour la 49e session du Conseil des droits de l'homme en mars 2022. DAFOH (Médecins contre les prélèvements forcés d'organes) est honoré d'être un coorganisateur de ces événements importants. Le premier événement accueillera un panel d'experts et de témoins, et le second événement comportera une table ronde en direct suivie d'une session de questions-réponses.



Vous êtes cordialement invités à vous joindre à nos deux webinaires "Escalade des violations des droits de l'homme au 21e siècle" :

Conseil d'experts
Prélèvements forcés d'organes sur des personnes vivantes, perpétré par l'État
S'INSCRIRE : 22 Mars 2022, 15:00 - 16:30

Table ronde et questions-réponses
Trouver des solutions pour aider à combattre les crimes contre l'humanité
S'INSCRIRE : 23 Mars 2022, 15:00 - 17:00
 

Le crime flagrant des prélèvements forcés d'organes sur des pratiquants vivants du Falun Gong se produit depuis plus de deux décennies en République populaire de Chine. Des preuves irréfutables ont été rassemblées et ont conduit à un jugement unanime en 2019 par le China Tribunal, présidé par Sir Geoffrey Nice.
 
Le 14 juin 2021, les Nations Unies ont publié une déclaration cosignée par 12 rapporteurs spéciaux et experts de l'ONU, reflétant les préoccupations relatives aux prélèvements forcés d'organes.
 
En septembre 2021, une coalition d'ONG a organisé le Sommet Mondial sur la prévention et la lutte contre les prélèvements forcés d'organes, à l'issue duquel une Déclaration Universelle sur la prévention et la lutte contre les prélèvements forcés d'organes a été lancée.
 
Sans aucun doute, des initiatives émanant de la société humaine réclament des mesures pour mettre fin au crime de prélèvements forcés d'organes. Pourtant, malgré les preuves accumulées, la communauté internationale n'a pas encore pris de mesures significatives pour combattre ces crimes contre l'humanité dans la mesure où les valeurs morales de la civilisation sont en jeu. L'heure est venue pour l'humanité de décider si elle accepte ou rejette le meurtre d'êtres humains pour les prélèvements forcés d'organes ou d'autres exploitations.
 
Nous vous invitons à nous rejoindre lors de la 49ème session du Conseil des droits de l'homme à Genève pour unir nos voix et discuter des prochaines étapes et solutions afin de mettre fin à ce crime contre l'humanité.
 
Respectueusement,
Thierry Valle, President CAP
Dr. Torsten Trey, Executive Director DAFOH

What is « Coordination des Associations et des Particuliers pour la Liberté de Conscience » (CAP Freedom of Conscience)?

CAP Freedom of Conscience is a secular European NGO with United Nations Consultative Status, created in 1995 and dedicated to protect the Right of Freedom of Religion and Belief.

CAP Freedom of Conscience combats all forms of discrimination based on religion or belief by alerting European and International bodies.

CAP Freedom of Conscience collects testimonies of discrimination and human rights violations affecting religious or belief communities in order to disseminate them to international bodies, and in order to raise awareness and inform them as well as to generate debate on the protection of Freedom of Religion and Belief.

CAP Freedom of Conscience also advocates for any religious or spiritual group facing discrimination to have their right to Freedom of Religion and Belief recognized.

CAP Freedom of Conscience is a member of the European Federation for Freedom of Belief (FOB), European Network Of Religion and Belief (ENORB) and participate to the Civil Society Platform of Fundamental Rights created by the EU Fundamental Rights Agency.

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2022

HRC 49th session 28th February - 01st April 2022

HRC 49 written statement : Montenegro double standards in extradition cases: Georgii Rossi’s case

HRC 49 written statement : A call to the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights about the human rights situation in Afghanistan

HRC 49 written statement : Freedom of expression and the media muzzled in Ukraine: the case of Anatolij Sharij

HRC 49 written statement : BHRC calls for international intervention in Balochistan

HRC 49 written statement : Corruption in the Tai Ji Men Case Denounced at the United Nations


HRC 49 join written statement :Russia: UN General Assembly should suspend Russia’s membership of UN Human Rights Council

HRC 49 join written statement : Coalition of 220 ECOSOC Accredited NGOs Call for New United Nations Human Rights Council Resolution to Protect Tamils from Genocide, to name a Special Rapporteur for North East of Sri Lanka and to Recognize Tamils Rights to self-determination

HRC 49 oral statement : ETHIOPIA: Massacres of Amhara civilians in war and non-war zones

HRC 49 side-event : Escalation of Human Rights Violations in the 21st century: Finding solutions to help combat crimes against humanity

HRC 49 side-event : Escalation of Human Rights Violations in the 21st century : State-sponsored Forced Organ Harvesting of Living People

HRC 49 side-event : Protecting Life: Repealing the Death Penalty for Apostasy and Blasphemy

12/03/2022 signing letter : Nearly 50 Rights Groups Urge Bulgarian PM to Apologize for Macedonian Jewish Deportation

11/03/2022 Conference: Peace building through mutual recognition, justice and dialogue is the only way forward

08/03/2022 HRC 49 ISHR : Russia: UN General Assembly should suspend Russia’s membership of UN Human Rights Council

08/03/2022 HRC 49 RTCG : Double standards of Montenegro in cases of extradition

08/03/2022 HRC 49 Press.co : EKSKLUZIVNO: U Ujedinjenim nacijama duboko zabrinuti: Mafijaška šema u Crnoj Gori u sistemu ekstradicije

08/03/2022 HRC 49 UN WEB TV : D: HC Update on Tigray (Ethiopia) (Cont’d) – 15th meeting, 49th Regular Session of Human Rights Council CAP LC 53’57”

08/03/2022 OHCHR website : Human Rights Council Marks International Women’s Day and Concludes Interactive Dialogue with the High Commissioner on the Situation of Human Rights in the Tigray Region of Ethiopia

01/03/2022 Confrence Roma : Riconciliazone attraverso il riconoscimento : peace building a giustizia di transizione

02/03/2022 Conference Roma Notiziegeopilitiche :  Azerbaijan. Khojaly: si avvia la Coalizione di Roma dell’iniziativa “Riconoscere per Riconciliare”

01/03/2022 Side Event HRC 49 Protecting Life: Repealing the Death Penalty for Apostasy and Blasphemy

16/02/2022 HRC 49 Bitter Winter : Corruption in the Tai Ji Men Case Denounced at the United Nations

15/02/2022 HRC 49 Balochistan Affairs : BHRC calls for international intervention in Balochistan

01/02/2022 Human Rights Watch : Beijing Olympics Begin Amid Atrocity Crimes 243 Global Groups Call for Action on Rights Concerns

20/01/2022 Bitter Winter : CAP LC On Judicial Day, Remember the Tai Ji Men Case

18/01/2022 Bitter Winter : Taiwan’s Judicial Day: Scholars Demand Justice for Tai Ji Men

11/01/2022 The Tai Ji Men Case and the Rule of Law

10/01/2022 International Forum on Human Rights and the ICCPR & ICESCR in Taiwan

08/01/2022 Bitter Winter  500 “Cults,” 500,000 “Victims” in France? MIVILUDES Admits It Has No Recent Data By Massimo Introvigne Bitter Winter

08/01/2022 Bitter Winter 500 « sectes », 500 000 « victimes » en France ? La MIVILUDES avoue ne pas disposer de données récentes

2021

500 “Cults,” 500,000 “Victims” in France? MIVILUDES Admits It Has No Recent Data By Massimo Introvigne Bitter Winter December 2021

After 25 Years: Solidarity with Tai Ji Men December 2021

FOB Europe YEMEN: Dozens of NGOs call upon the EU to impose sanctions on Houthis December 2021

FORB Roundtable Brussels-EU All deportations of the Ahmadis from Germany should be stopped December 2021

UN SR FORB report The Rights of Persons Belonging to Religious or Belief Minorities in Situations of Conflict and Insecurity December 2021

UNADFI, a FECRIS founding association, denounced for alleged financial mismanagement and discriminatory activities November 2021

An NGO’s Fight for the Tai Ji Men Case at the United Nations November 2021

Experts and dignitaries gather in Brussels to condemn CCP for organ harvesting October 2021

Ukrainian blogger Anatoliy Sharij facing 15 years in jail on “trumped up” charges October 2021

CPR – International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights 133 Session : Freedom of expression under threat in Ukraine the case of Anatoliy Sharij October 2021

This World Day Against Death Penalty: OIC States Must Repeal the Death Penalty for Apostasy or Blasphemy 10 October 2021

Universal Declaration on Combating and Preventing Forced Organ Harvesting September 2021

The impact of forced organ harvesting on our society September 2021

HRC 48 oral statement General Debate item 4  human rights situation in Balochistan September  2021

HRC 48 oral statement General Debate on item 3 human rights situation of Sindh September 2021

Coalition of 192 ECOSOC Accredited NGOs Calls for New United Nations Human Rights Council Resolution to Protect Tamils from Genocide, to name a Special Rapporteur for Sri Lanka and to Recognize Tamils’ Right to self-determination September 2021

HRC 48 Written Statement The worsening Human Rights situation in September 2021

HRC 48 Written Statement Evacuation of Religious Minorities of Afghanistan September  2021

A written submission exposed a growing international problem, quoting the Tai Ji Men case in Taiwan September 2021

HRC 48 Written Statement International community must pay attention to the statesponsored persecution of Ahmadi Muslims in Pakistan and worldwide September 2021

HRC 48 Item 2: Enhanced interactive dialogue on the oral update by the High Commissioner on the situation of human rights in the Tigray region of Ethiopia September 2021

HRC 48 Written Statement Germany violates its Constitution by discriminating against a peaceful religious minority September 2021

HRC 48 Written Statement Hungary: inappropriately using tax legislation and data protection to harass a well-established minority religion September 2021

CPR – International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights 133 Session : Germany violates its Constitution by discriminating against a peaceful religious minority September 2021

Administrative Violence and the Tai Ji Men Case – Seminar 1 August 2021

Administrative Violence and the Tai Ji Men Case – Seminar 2 August 2021

International Community must pay attention to the persecution of Ahmadi Muslims worldwide July 2021

13th July conference the persecution of Ahmadi Muslims Worldwide July 2021

FECRIS Denounced at the United Nations’ Human Rights Council July 2021

Misusing Taxes Against Religious Freedom: A Statement Was Filed at UN Human Rights Council July 2021

REQUEST TO IMMEDIATELY HALT DEPORTATION OF AN AHMADI MUSLIM FROM PULHEIM, GERMANY TO PAKISTAN June 2021

A/HRC/47/NGO/178 : State Funding of anti-religious associations in France June 2021

A/HRC/47/NGO/167 Misusing Taxes for Discriminating Against Religious and Spiritual Minorities: A Global Problem June 2021

A/HRC/47/NGO/2 The Religious Factor in the Farmers Bills Protests in India June 2021

A/HRC/47/NGO/29 Freedom of Religion and Belief Scientology in Hungary A situation report UDHR article 12 and Article 18 June 2021

Freedom of Expression Policy Toward Tamils History Posts Removal and Restriction, on Facebook, Google, Youtube and other social medias.June 2021

Demands and Pledge from Several thousand people joined the march June 2021

19 organizations and individuals join letter calling on the US State Department to place pressure on Azerbaijan to release Armenian prisoners of war and address religious freedom concerns in the region June 2021

37 Organizations and Individuals Join Letter Urging the State Department and USCIRF to Call on Sri Lanka to Drop Plans to Introduce Anti-Conversion Laws

SUBMISSION 39th session UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW 2021 Hungary May 2021

SUBMISSION 39th session UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW 2021 – Thailand May 2021

CPR – International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights 132 Session : State Funding of anti-religious associations in France May 2021

Item 3 Human Rights Coucil 46th Session 22 February to 23 March 2021 : Balochistan is facing a humanitarian crisis March 2021

HRC 46 ID Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms while countering terrorism : Statement on France March 2021

HRC 46 Item 3 Interactive dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief : GERMANY SECT FILTER March 2021

Anti-Cult Groups and Misinformation: A Danger for Religious Freedom February 11, 2021

L'utilisation abusive de l'administration fiscale pour persécuter les minorités spirituelles February 2021

MultiFaith Letter : Sri Lanka. Muslims are being forced to cremate despite it being prohibited by Islam February 2021

MultiFaith Letter : France  “Consolidating the Respect of the Principles of the Republic” February 2021

January 2021 interview : The Religious Factor in the Farmers Bills Protests in India: A Sikh Voice

January 2021 : FRANCE : Marlène Schiappa charge the MIVILUDES (Interministerial Mission of Vigilance and Combat against Sectarian Aberrations) to drawing up a report on « sectarian aberrations imported from the United States »

January 2021 : Conference 24th January 2021 : Education Conscience and Tax Justice reflecting on the TAI JI MEN case in Taiwan

January 2021 : Confrence : Freedom of Religion: From the USCIRF Report on Persecutions in Russia to Violations in Europe

January 2021: Letter in Support of Freedom of Religion in the new bill on separatism

January 2021 : CAP Freedom of Conscience joined a coalition of NGO to demand the release of Dr. Gulshan Abbas

January 2021 Sweden – Call for Signatures: Letter in Support of Chinese Citizen Facing Deportation

January 2021 : Letter to President Elect Biden IRF Roundtable

 

 

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