Abductees Mothers Association Statement Condemning the Constant Failing Facing Abductees and Detainees and the Violations Against Them.

    Failing the case of our abducted, arbitrarily detained, and forcibly disappeared sons have continued for a long time. The case, which is primarily humanitarian, has been accompanied by postponement and delay by the international community and Yemeni parties while the violations in detention centers continue, resulting in the deterioration of our detained sons’ conditions.  According to the cases documented by Abductees’ Mothers Association, there

      Abductees Mothers Association Rally Statement Demanding Special Envoy to Include Releasing Abductees, Detainees, and Forcibly Disappeared in His Effort to Lift Blockade in Taiz.

      In Taiz, Abductees’ Mothers Association has documented the abduction of 401 civilians, who were arrested at Houthi armed group’s checkpoints. 39 of those abductees are still held prisoners in horrible detention conditions.  At Abductees’ Mothers Association, and in conjunction with the extension of truce, which states lifting the blockade of Taiz, we rally here, by the governorate administrative center, to condemn denying abducted civilians,

        Abductees Mothers Association rally statement demanding to release abductees as consultations falter.

        The consultations held by the Yemeni Parties that signed Stockholm Agreement and under the auspices of the United Nations, continue to falter where lists are to be exchanged. Thus, civilians remain detained by different parties.  According to Abductees’ Mothers Association’s documented cases, there are, currently, 413 abducted civilians, including two women, held by Houthi armed group, 97 and a woman of whom are forcibly disappeared. Similarly,

          Abductees’ Mothers Association statement with arrival of Eid Alfitr while mothers await release of all their abducted sons.

          The blessed Eid Alfitr is here while "356" abductees, "64" detainees, and "143" forcibly disappeared are still behind bars, their freedom and joy of Eid are stolen, their children’s and families’ delight is taken away, and their hearts are broken for being prevented of any visits. These abductees are being held with no regard to any legal, humanitarian, or constitutional rights.   At Abductees’ Mothers

            As contribution in combating violence against women; Abductees Mothers Association Holds Psychological Support Session for the Survivors of Violence Against Women.

            Titled “Psychological Trauma Treatment Strategies”, Abductees’ Mothers Association held a psychological support session for the survivors of violence against women, which was financed by the Doria Feminist Fund.    During the session that lasted for two days, and was attended by 30 women, participants were familiarized with the psychological trauma and its variations, as well as its symptoms.   Using workshops and

              Abductees’ Mothers Association Sounds the Alarm about the Constant Failing Abductees and Detainees Face and Life Threats in Prisons.

              Abductees’ Mothers Association sounded the alarm about failing the case of abductees and arbitrarily detained, and forcibly disappeared persons for a long time. The case, which is primarily humanitarian, had been accompanied by postponement and delay by the international community and Yemeni parties. In their rally this morning by the office of the Special Envoy of the UN Secretary-General for Yemen, mothers condemned the recurring violations against

                As part of its society community awareness program and contribution to building peace; Abductees’ Mothers Association Holds Training Session Regarding Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace, and Security.

                Amidst the international and regional efforts, and the ongoing changes in Yemen that aim to disarmament and achieving peace, and as a contribution from Abductees’ Mothers Association to build peace, the association held a training and discussion session for the association’s members and volunteers regrading the content of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325, on women, peace, and security. During the session that lasted for two days, the

                  Abductees’ Mothers Association demands the Presidential Leadership Council to uncover the fate of the forcibly disappeared and continue trying detainees fairly.

                  Abductees’ Mothers Association held, this morning, a peaceful protesting rally by Alma’asheeq Presidential Palace in Aden. In their rally, mothers demanded the Presidential Leadership Council to uncover the fate of 52 individuals, who had been forcibly disappeared for five years, and to hold lawfully fair trials for 55 arbitrarily detained persons. Mothers reiterated that their sons’ case is humanitarian and cannot be subjected to political

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