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El niño soldado ante una corte militar 0

  Khadr escuchó atentamente los argumentos de su caso. Imagen: AFPMAR KHADR TENIA 15 AñOS CUANDO FUE CAPTURADO Y LLEVADO A GUANTANAMO  El caso es visto como una prueba del compromiso de Obama por terminar con las injusticias llevadas a

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Turkey urged to stop unfair prosecution of children under anti-terror laws 0

Amnesty International has warned that draft legislative amendments scheduled to be discussed by the Turkish Parliament on Tuesday would not, on their own, prevent violations of the rights of children.

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Iran: Prevent Woman’s Execution for Adultery 0

Judiciary Should End Stoning as a Punishment and Halt All Executions (London) – The Iranian judiciary should halt plans to execute a woman convicted of adultery, Human Rights Watch said today. Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani, a 43 year-old mother of two

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Forgotten Casualties of the Recession 0

Child Poverty in the Age of Neoliberalism Consistently ignored in reporting on the economic crisis is the dramatic toll it’s taking on America’s children.  The prevalence of poverty has expanded dramatically in light of growing unemployment, accompanied by state attacks

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700 children in Turkish jails 0

On 1 April 2006, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan made the following statement in relation to the incident: “I am addressing mothers and fathers. Those who let their children out and allow them to be used by the terror organisations

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Young prisoner Berivan awarded in Sweden

The arrested fifteen-year-old girl’s family was honored by the Swedish Committee of Human Rights Association of Europe as a symbol of support for all imprisoned children and their families. Young Berivan Sayaca had been sentenced to seven years and nine

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Young prisoner on hunger strike in Turkey

According to DIHA news agency 15 year old R.E., who had been arrested under the Anti-Terrorism Act (TMK), is on hunger strike. He is protesting being kept in the ordinary prisoners wing instead of political prisoners in Bakirkoy Women and

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School plan ‘takes money from poor’

The government was today accused of draining money from schemes aimed at the poorest children to fund their flagship policy of Swedish-style “free” schools.Headteachers said the coalition’s plan to introduce hundreds of the free schools risked depriving money from existing

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Bill on ‘stone-throwing children’ not sufficient, says BDP

A bill on ‘stone-throwing children’ was sent from the Parliament’s Justice Commission to subcommittee on Wednesday. The bill is part of the Justice and Development Party, so called Kurdish initiative, a package of proposals aimed to solve the Kurdish question.

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Berivan Sayaca awarded price by CHAK

Anti Pogrom Human Rights Organization CHAK awarded the human rights prize to TMK (Anti-Terrorism Law) victim, little prisoner Berivan Sayaca.Fifteen years old Berivan Sayaca, who was arrested on 9 October and sentenced to 7 years and 8 months imprisonment, was

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