مدافعان حقوق بشر

  • حبس خودسرانه

    Many defenders, particularly members of the FIDH network, are detained arbitrarily. Defenders subject to judicial harassment are often detained in secret before being subjected to summary trials or, on the contrary, extremely lengthy proceedings, which themselves become a form of punishment and prevent the defenders from conducting their activities.

    Through the work of the Observatory, FIDH has made this matter a priority area for action.

  • مدافعان حقوق زمین

    Land and environmental rights defenders face increasing repression as the number of conflicts over the rights to land and natural resources multiplies. Growing numbers of defenders, small-scale farming and indigenous community leaders, journalists and NGO activists mobilised on these issues find themselves victims of acts of violence and campaigns to criminalise them. Through the work of the Observatory, FIDH has made this matter a priority area for action.

  • کاهش فضای جامعه‌ی مدنی

    In many countries the authorities place considerable restrictions on civil society’s free space by not hesitating to overstep the law with the support of the judiciary or by adopting laws which increasingly threaten freedom and which focus particularly on NGOs’ access to funding, registration requirements and controlling the activities of organisations or freedom of assembly. This legal arsenal can be exported from one country to another in order to stifle all forms of promoting and defending human rights. Increasing numbers of laws and bills, intended to regulate the activities of NGOs, contain measures to restrict access to funding, particularly when sourced from abroad. At the same time, the issue of funding is being used as a tool to discredit NGOs among populations and donors. Yet NGOs have the right to access funding as enshrined in the right to freedom of association.

    Through the work of the Observatory, FIDH has made this matter a priority area for action.

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