Death sentence expected against German-Iranian journalist

2022-07-27T08:31:04+02:00

  Tehran / Los Angeles / Frankfurt am Main, July 25, 2022 – Tomorrow, Tuesday, Jamshid Sharmahd, a German-Iranian journalist and political activist kidnapped by the Iranian secret service, is to be sentenced by the Revolutionary Court in Tehran. This is reported by the International Society for Human Rights (IGFM). There are many indications that the death sentence against Sharmahd, who is standing before the Revolutionary Court without his own

Death sentence expected against German-Iranian journalist2022-07-27T08:31:04+02:00

Where to find help for refugees in Germany

2022-07-26T12:41:57+02:00

There is a central German portal that has been created by the Federal Ministry of the Interior and Comprehensive Development. This portal provides detailed information on staying in Germany. Where to find help for refugees in Germany... There is a central German portal that has been created by the Federal Ministry of the Interior and Comprehensive Development. This portal provides you with detailed information about your stay in Germany. Here

Where to find help for refugees in Germany2022-07-26T12:41:57+02:00

Blinken: Moldova does not yet meet minimum standards for eradicating human trafficking

2022-07-26T10:07:15+02:00

Moldova has been placed in the second category of countries trying to meet the standards set out in the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA). This was announced by US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken. He presented the US State Department's Annual Report on Trafficking in Persons, starting his address with the words "People must be free". "The authorities of the Republic of Moldova do not fully comply with the minimum

Blinken: Moldova does not yet meet minimum standards for eradicating human trafficking2022-07-26T10:07:15+02:00

ISHR Ukraine: personal help goes on

2022-07-18T16:19:20+02:00

ISHR Ukraine: personal help goes on 4-8 July 2022, Shyshaki, Poltava region, Ukraine. IAC ISHR together wit Save the Children delivered 200 family hygiene kits that include washing powder, soap, toothpaste and other hygiene items for 605 internally displaced people that are located in Shyshaki community. This action is the first joint action of IAC ISHR and SCI. Our aim is to support IDP community and local authorities in rural areas of Poltava

ISHR Ukraine: personal help goes on2022-07-18T16:19:20+02:00

ISHR Fair Trial Monitoring in Armenia continues

2022-07-25T09:39:32+02:00

While a long-standing and successful fair trial monitoring project in Ukraine was put on hold due to the war, the Armenian section of ISHR, which recently joined the Ukrainian project as a monitoring newcomer, is currently continuing the Fair-Trial monitoring in Armenia: Monitoring of a civil case The Social Security Service of the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs of the Republic of Armenia against A.S. on a claim for

ISHR Fair Trial Monitoring in Armenia continues2022-07-25T09:39:32+02:00

The harrowing cruelty of internal struggle in Belarus

2022-07-26T10:26:24+02:00

“Treason of the state”: A new verdict for political prisoner Belsat journalist Ekaterina Andreyeva in Belarus A further 8 years in prison for the young Belarusian journalist who did nothing more than carry out her work as a journalist. With all the cruelty of the Russian war of aggression in Ukraine, we must not forget the cruelty towards well over a thousand political prisoners in Belarus! Political persecution began because

The harrowing cruelty of internal struggle in Belarus2022-07-26T10:26:24+02:00

Why are Syrian and Ukrainian refugees treated differently?

2022-07-14T15:07:30+02:00

Why are Syrian and Ukrainian refugees treated differently? According to the United Nations, more than 300,000 Syrian civilians have died in the ten years of war that continues to rage in their country. Paulo Pinheiro, chairman of the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Syria, explained that these figures reflect the plight of civilians because they do not include those killed during the conflict. "The UN Human Rights Office report

Why are Syrian and Ukrainian refugees treated differently?2022-07-14T15:07:30+02:00

Germany hosts almost 900,000 refugees from Ukraine

2022-07-11T17:09:54+02:00

Germany hosts almost 900,000 refugees from Ukraine Archiv: Geflüchtete aus der Ukraine kommen mit einem Zug aus Warschau am Berliner Hauptbahnhof an. © Quelle: IMAGO/Marius Schwarz More than 870,000 refugees from Ukraine have arrived in Germany since the start of the war, with around 350,000 of them registering at employment centres across the country, RND reported citing figures from the Federal Employment Agency (Bundesagentur für Arbeit, BA) on

Germany hosts almost 900,000 refugees from Ukraine2022-07-11T17:09:54+02:00

Ukrainian and Belarusian refugees in Lithuania, ISHR humanitarian aid, so much more than…

2022-07-26T14:35:22+02:00

In the letter from our exiled Belarusian partner organization "Our House/Nash Dom" , the well-known chairwoman Olga Karach describes how much more the humanitarian aid of ISHR means for her and the Ukrainian-Belarusian exile community in Lithuania than just the distribution of relief goods: They offer the refugees a Point of contact, here you can not only get things that you need, but also exchange ideas, share your suffering, and

Ukrainian and Belarusian refugees in Lithuania, ISHR humanitarian aid, so much more than…2022-07-26T14:35:22+02:00

Ukraine ISHR in war area, personal help for Thousands

2022-07-05T15:27:15+02:00

Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, ISHR has been working at full speed to reach as many needy people in the war zone as possible. We have already been able to reach many thousands of people. Here are some recent "Thank-you photos" examples, sent to us from the aid package recipients. Since we are now also sending aid packages within Ukraine, we receive numerous inquiries via our newly

Ukraine ISHR in war area, personal help for Thousands2022-07-05T15:27:15+02:00
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