In conjunction with resuming negotiations; Abductees Mothers Association in Taiz hold all Yemeni parties responsible for lives and safety of their sons

    Abductees' Mothers Association in Taiz held all parties fully responsible for the lives, safety and freedom of their sons, and demanded the release of all abductees and forcibly disappeared and arbitrarily detained persons unconditionally. Abductees' Mothers Association has documented 210 cases of civilian abductions and 47 cases of civilian force disappearance carried out by Houthi armed group as well as 6 cases of abduction carried out by the government

      Abductees Mothers Association makes a joint statement with Women Solidarity Network celebrating 20th anniversary of UNSC resolution 1325.

      Shaima'a Bin Othman, a member of Women's Solidarity Network, presented the joint statement of Abductees' Mothers Association and Women's Solidarity Network at the virtual event, organized by The Office of the Special Envoy for Yemen (OSESGY) today. The event, itself, was a commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 on women, peace, and security, arranged through Zoom, and attended by many human

        Abductees Mothers Association celebrates 20th anniversary of Security Council resolution 1325

        Titled Together We Are Stronger, Abductees' Mothers Association held a celebration, in Marib, in conjunction with the 20th anniversary of Security Council resolution 1325 on women, peace and security.Many of the association's members and supporters, belonging to different demographical classes, attended the celebration. Head of the association, Amat Alsalam Al-Haj, made a speech, in which she extended the association's regards to all women around the

          Titled Our Fight Led to Our Joy.. Abductees Mothers Association organizes ceremony for mothers of released abductees in Marib.

          In Marib, Abductees' Mothers Association held, this afternoon, a ceremony in honor of released abductees' mothers, who were released on October 15th. During the ceremony, head of Abductees' Mothers Association made a speech, in which she reiterated continuing making great efforts by the association in order to support mothers, wives and daughters until all abductees are free. Mothers and wives expressed their joy and happiness after releasing

            Joint statement of Women Solidarity Network and Abductees Mothers Association

            The joint statement of Women's Solidarity Network and Abductees' Mothers Association presented on Advancing Yemeni Women's Meaningful Engagement in Building Peace virtual event, organized by The Office of the Special Envoy for Yemen (OSESGY) on October 29th, 2020.  Ladies and Gentlemen, I am honoured to present this joint statement on behalf of Abductees' Mothers Association and Women's Solidarity Network. We are meeting today to

              Joint statement commenting on the implementation of Geneva Agreement

              During the implementation stages of Geneva Agreement, (141) , who were detained and abducted by houthies for periods varying between three to five years due to their political views and affiliations, had been released. Also, (2), who were abducted and detained by the legitimate government for a period of 2 to 3 years, had been released on Thursday, October 15, 2020 in the simultaneous swap between Sanaa and Seiyun. On Friday, October 16,2020, (40) ,who were

                Abductees Mothers Association statement demanding releasing journalists detained at Houthi prisons

                Conventions and agreements have passed by our abducted sons' case with no progress on the ground. Consequently, our sons have been suffering from the horrible detention conditions at Houthi prisons. Among those abductees are the journalists who have been imprisoned for years while there has been intentional disregard prolonging their cases and no serious actions has taken to release them.10 journalists have been enduring horribly inhuman suffering. Medically,

                  Abductees Mothers Association rally statement by Aden administration building, demanding uncovering fate of forcibly disappeared

                  We, at Abductees' Mothers Association, rally today by Aden's administration to demand the governor, Ahmed Hamed, to urge the competent authorities to take the necessary actions immediately to uncover the fate and conditions of the forcibly disappeared persons. We, once again, demand going forward with the legal processes, which has been stopped by the prosecution and the court, of the arbitrarily arrested individuals held at Be'er Ahmed Prison. They

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