The International Human Rights Committee (IHRC) is seriously concerned as there is a risk of another unlawful deportation from Germany to Pakistan, scheduled to take place on May 10th 2022, as a deportation flight to Pakistan is planned, according to our information. His lawyer has submitted an immediate appeal.
The International Human Rights Committee (IHRC) has just received information about an immediate deportation of yet another Ahmadi Muslim living in Germany: Mr. Muhammad Zaheer Basheer (resident of Germany). He was arrested on 22nd April and shifted to deportation center in Abschiebehafteinrichtung Pforzheim Rohrstraße 17, 75175 Pforzheim.
side events to the 49th session of the UN Human Rights Council : freedom of conscience and physical integrity
The two NGOs, CAP Liberté de Conscience and Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting, co-organized a series of two side events to the 49th session of the UN Human Rights Council on March 22 and March 23, 2022. The themes of the series addressed central topics of society and humankind: freedom of conscience and physical integrity.
HRC 49th Session General debate on Item 5 Montenegro: Double standards in Georgii Rossi’s extradition case
We would like to draw the attention of the Council and the Subcommittee on the prevention of torture with regard to the human rights situation in Russia, a country requesting from Montenegro the extradition of a Ukrainian citizen.
We are deeply concerned about the situation in Balochistan which has been monitored for years by the Brussels-based NGO Human Rights Without Frontiers.
It has already depleted the gold, uranium, and other valuable deposits in many parts of Balochistan. Now, the Baloch coast is nearly void of marine life, which has been the backbone of their economy for centuries.
For many years, Montenegro has expressed its firm intention to become part of the European Union. To become an EU member state, Montenegro will have to implement multiple reforms, fight against corruption, respect human rights and eradicate double standards in the application of legal norms, including in extradition cases.
A call to the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights about the human rights situation in Afghanistan
The challenges from lived experiences came very early to me, the moment I decided to work as an activist for the upliftment of the vulnerable sections of the population. On the one hand, my appointment as a Mayor in Wardak province (which is among the most conservative regions in Afghanistan) was lauded as a significant step in the democratically elected government’s commitment towards women empowerment. At the same time, my mayorship was the beginning of direct confrontation with the country’s conservative forces and the Taliban. In the last two years, I survived three assassination attempts and lost my father and numerous friends, and so many loved ones to the Taliban assassins.