asylkoordination fordert Stopp der Abschiebungen nach Afghanistan
Fantastic commentary and updates on both the #shell and #lafargue judicial cases advancing corproate civil and criminal accountability through the courts from @Gabymquijano and @ECCHRBerlin thanks to @BHRRC https://t.co/q2bOAzyTIrhttps://t.co/8xfCAeyg7K
— ECCJ (@corpjust) 5. September 2018
We have all failed #Syria Siege of #Sarajevo was the longest siege in history – before #Syria. And we are doing nothing to stop it. #UNSC is paralysed. @tobycadman on why we must all believe in justice … no matter how long we have to fight for it. #AliveInGraves #EyesOnIdlib pic.twitter.com/ND8H8XyCsK
— Anna Chernova (@chernova1978) 5. September 2018
#Crimea: expulsions of Ukrainians who refused to obtain Russian passports https://t.co/PuQHr4RHbH GRC experts are part of the Working Group, examining issues relating to the commission of offences committed in Crimea that may amount to war crimes, see https://t.co/Gjsmou1lKu
— Human Rights & IHL (@GRC_HumanRights) 5. September 2018
Legal analysis on the deportation of @LyudaKozlovska.
Serious doubts re #Poland’s action, #Belgium’s enabling & the Schengen SIS regulation, which can be too easily abused politically.#EUvalues #DefendingDemocracy #RuleOfLaw #HumanRights https://t.co/4Agm7v10mJ #BringHerBack pic.twitter.com/WvBexvw4PN
— Alice Stollmeyer (@StollmeyerEU) 31. August 2018
Strong piece by @hrw colleague @HughAWilliamson on the #wirsindmehr (#WeAreMore) movement in #Germany, mobilizing in response to far-right extremism, hate and violence in #Chemnitz. https://t.co/6qf19j0zpI
— Kartik Raj (@Kartik__Raj) 5. September 2018
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