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Le Human Rights and Justice Centre (HRJC) améliorera l’accès à la justice pour les victimes de violations de droits humains tels que : génocide, torture, disparitions forcées, exécutions extra-judiciaires et violences sexuelles, au Népal. TRIAL International travaille au Népal depuis 2009. Le besoin d’accroître sa présence sur place s’est fait ressentir et l’organi...

Alexander Blackman

13.02.2018 - (Last modified: 18.04.2019)
Alexander Blackman, a British man from Somerset, England, was the commander of the 42 Commando, a patrol of the Royal Ma...
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Kavumu is a very poor village in the South Kivu province in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). For many years, this region has been the scene of violence, fighting for territories and natural resources, and power struggle. Between 2013 and 2016, more than 40 young girls in Kavumu, aged between 13 months and 12 years, were kidnapped and rap...

From child soldier to human rights advocate

12.02.2018 - (Last modified: 17.12.2018)
Lenin Bista was recruited at the age of 11 by the Nepali Maoist guerilla. After suffering from war, violence and humilia...
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Kavumu case: interview with “the man who mends women”

08.02.2018 - (Last modified: 30.10.2018)
Doctor Mukwege founded Panzi Hospital in Bukavu in 1999. Since its inception, more than 50’000 women, including th...
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How was TRIAL International created? Its founder and Director Philip Grant traces the genesis of the organization, which...
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Dictator Obiang Cannot “Protect” Yahya Jammeh From Justice

29.01.2018 - (Last modified: 02.02.2018)
Equatorial Guinea Legally Bound to “Prosecute or Extradite” Exiled Gambian Dictator   (Banjul, The Gambia, Janu...
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Teodoro Nguema Obiang was born on 25 of June 1969. He is the son of Equatorial Guinea’s President and the current...
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Marocain is suspected of being one of the highest-ranking leaders of a group that killed, terrorized and enslaved the people of Kalehe, in a series of attacks carried out between 2005 and 2007. The Mai Mai group led by Marocain, which raided the territory of Kalehe, has committed the most serious crimes against civilians: looting, fire, rape, torture, murder, slavery,...

Kavumu case: the key role of local actors

23.01.2018 - (Last modified: 30.10.2018)
Despite threats and intimidations on behalf of those whom they disturb, the Congolese actors stood firm. Attorney Charle...
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Mr George Weah was elected President of the Republic of Liberia on 26 December 2017. It is the first time, since the end...
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