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  • Min krig med Putin

    Boklansering:

    Min krig med Putin

    Bazar forlag, i samarbeid med Den norske Helsingforskomité inviterer til boklansering av Bill Browders bok Min krig med Putin, på Litteraturhuset 10. mars klokken 19.
    Påmelding til thomas.heggen@bazarforlag.com innen 5. mars. Velkommen!

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  • Human Rights Human Wrongs 2015

    Filmfestival:

    Human Rights Human Wrongs 2015

    I år som tidligere år er Den norske Helsingforskomité samarbeidspartner når dokumentarfilmfestivalen Human Rights Human Wrongs arrangeres på Filmens hus fra 11-15. februar.

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  • Behov for ny norsk rompolitikk

    Seminar:

    Behov for ny norsk rompolitikk

    Onsdag 27. januar arrangerer Den norske Helsingforskomité seminaret Behov for ny norsk rompolitikk? - Et møte med rumenske romaktivister og norske beslutningstakere.
    På seminaret ønsker vi å diskutere hva som er en god norsk politikk som balanserer respekt for grunnleggende menneskerettigheter med tiltak som har en reel og positiv effekt på situasjonen mange roma befinner seg i. Møtet er gratis og åpent for alle.

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  • Avoid new limits on UPR recommendations

    Statement at the UN Human Rights Council:

    Avoid new limits on UPR recommendations

    Limiting the number of recommendations in the Universal Periodic Review can be detrimental to the whole process. Instead states should focus on making concrete, specific and measurable recommendations.

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  • On the murder of Boris Nemtsov

    Russian Federation:

    On the murder of Boris Nemtsov

    The Norwegian Helsinki Committee is saddened and shocked by the news of the murder of Russia’s prominent opposition politician Boris Nemtsov, shot dead the in the heart of Moscow in the late evening of 27 February.
    – The murder of Boris Nemtsov must be independently and transparently investigated and the people responsible be brought to justice, whether they pulled the trigger or ordered the killing, says Bjørn Engesland, Secretary General of the Norwegian Helsinki Committee. – We express our condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of Boris Nemtsov.

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  • The ceasefire a step in the right direction, the road to peace remains long

    Ukraine:

    The ceasefire a step in the right direction, the road to peace remains long

    The ceasefire agreement, which entered into force as of Sunday 15 February, is good news for the civilian population in the Donbass region”, said Bjørn Engesland, Secretary General. – However, it is already marred by violations and important questions remain unresolved. There are also serious flaws with the agreement. – The loser after nearly a year of hostilities is the civilian population in Eastern Ukraine who have seen their houses, economy, infrastructure and key public institutions shot to pieces. The human rights situation was far from perfect before the armed conflict, but there is no doubt that it has become much worse in the rebel-controlled areas.

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