Abductees’ Mothers Association’s Statement on the Vigil Held in Conjunction with the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists

    In continuation of the advocacy campaign launched by Abductees’ Mothers Association entitled (Justice for Abductees) and in conjunction with the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, November 2, we call for the release of all the kidnapped and detained journalists, the foremost of whom are 6 journalists abducted by the Houthi group (Tawfiq Al-Mansouri, Abdul-Khaleq Emran, Akram Al-Walidy, Harith Hamid, Nabil Al-Saddawi, Younis

      Abductees’ Mothers Associations’ Statement on Vigil for Supporting Kidnapped Persons and Demanding justice for them and Reparation for their Harm

      In sync with the advocacy campaign launched by Abductees’ Mothers Association entitled (Justice for Abductees), which comes at a time when the Yemeni parties are failing to implement the signed agreements and are excluding the issue of the kidnapped and detainees from the efforts made locally, regionally and internationally, in addition to the intransigence and refusal of the arresting authorities to release the detained civilians whose rights to freedom are

        Abductees Mothers Association report regarding launching its campaign Justice for Abductees to hold violators accountable.

        Abductees’ Mothers Association has launched a supporting media campaign to demand justice for abductees and arbitrarily detained and forcibly disappeared persons in Yemen. The campaign, which is launched in conjunction with the efforts made by the United Nations and the international community to restore peace and stop the war in Yemen, aims to guarantee accountability and lack of impunity, ending the evasion of justice, and redressing abducted

          Abductees Mothers Association Report Condemning Violations Against 9 Abductees in Alhudayda after Issuing Release Order.

          Abductees’ Mothers Association condemns the actions Houthi armed group has taken against 9 abductees, including mistreatment and refusing to provide food, drinking water, and medications, demanding their families to provide all their needs.Furthermore, the court has already ordered to release these abductees.  The abductees are mere civilians, who were abducted between 2018 and 2019. They have been subjected to forced disappearance and torture. Their

            Including harassment, humiliating inspection and kidnapping attempt Forms of violence against female relatives monitored by Abductees Mothers Association require accountability

            Abductees' Mothers Association held a hearing this evening, Wednesday, for women who were subjected to violence during the period of arrest and disappearance of their family members, in conjunction with the 16-day Activism against Gender-based Violence, and the 180-day campaign to demand accountability for the perpetrators of violations.  The hearing started with introducing Abductees’ Mothers Association, emphasizing its efforts and demands for the

              Aden; Abductees Mothers Association Honors the Efforts and Determination of Mothers in Conjunction with the Global 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence.

              In Aden, Abductees’ Mothers Association honored 30 mothers of arbitrarily detained and forcibly disappeared persons, appreciating their determination during their long arduous journey of searching for their sons. The ceremony was held in conjunction with the global 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence.   For years, mothers of abductees, forcibly disappeared and detainees have been subjected to violence, threats, interrogations,

                Abductees Mothers Association Meets Accept International Delegations to Review the Conditions of Abductees and Detainees.

                Amat Alsalam Al-Hajj, Head of Abductees’ Mothers Association, met with Mr. Yosuke Nagai, Chief Executive Officer of Accept International.  During the meeting, which was held this morning at the association’s office in Taiz, Al-Hajj explained the violations and torture methods abductees, detainees and forcibly disappeared persons had been subjected to. She talked about the activities and actions carried out by the association, which aim to support

                  On the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists Abductees’ Mothers Association demands that the perpetrators of violations against journalists and those who ordered their practice are held accountable

                  In continuation of the advocacy campaign launched by Abductees’ Mothers Association entitled (Justice for Abductees), Abductees’ Mothers Association held a vigil this morning, Tuesday, in front of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Sana'a. The mothers demanded in their vigil, which coincided with the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, that those who detained, disappeared, and tortured the

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