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Remember Kassinga, and other papers on political prisoners and detainees in Namibia.

Remember Kassinga, and other papers on political prisoners and detainees in Namibia.

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Published by International Defence & Aid Fund in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Namibia
    • Subjects:
    • Political prisoners -- Namibia -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      SeriesFact paper on Southern Africa ;, no. 9
      ContributionsInternational Defence and Aid Fund.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT746 .F3 no. 9, HV9854 .F3 no. 9
      The Physical Object
      Pagination52 p. ;
      Number of Pages52
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3876779M
      ISBN 10090475944X
      LC Control Number81201483

      Today, Ethiopia’s ruling coalition announced it would release political prisoners and close the infamous Maekelawi detention center in the capital, Addis Ababa. While the government did not say how and when this would occur, doing so would be an important step toward ending longstanding political repression and human rights abuse in the country. In March , several members of the Parents Committee and other supporters founded the “Breaking the Wall of Silence Movement” (BWS) to raise awareness about the detainees crisis and issues of reconciliation in post-apartheid Namibia. They partnered with the Namibian National Society for Human Rights (NSHR), directed by ex-detainee.

        Securing Support From Former Political Prisoners and Other Human Rights Defenders. The cause of Ethiopian political prisoners could be advanced significantly if we could get the support and endorsement of individuals who have earned universal respect for . and other law enforcement agencies; prosecuting authorities; the lower and superior courts, departments of correctional services, etc.2 With Namibia being a unitary state, the criminal justice system in the country comprises a composite whole. The legal and social institutions for enforcing the criminal law.

        Prisoners' Rights: Solitary Confinement and Supermax Prisons in at least one reported case, 42 years. Political prisoners in Bolivia, Myanmar, Israel, Iran, Peru and Turkey, for example, may.   Netsanet Belay, Amnesty International’s Research and Advocacy Director for Africa, who has himself previously spent more than two years in prison in Ethiopia, is available for interviews The release of opposition politician Merera Gudina and hundreds of other detainees in Ethiopia today must only be a first step towards freedom for all prisoners of conscience in the east African country.


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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Prisoners of Rhodesia: Inmates and Detainees in the Struggle for Zimbabwean Manufacturer: Palgrave Macmillan. Namibia. Namibia offers more reason for optimism as a case study. In the decade after the country’s independence inhigh crime levels.

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This brings to nearly 1, the number of detainees released from the political prison this month. On May 1 persons, many of whom had been detained for more than 10 years by the now. POLITICAL PRISONERS IN SOUTH AFRICA South Africa's prisons hold hundreds of people sentenced in the courts of apartheid because of their participation in political action, mass protest and community resistance.

There is no public knowledge of how many political prisoners there are, because the r4gime refuses to disclose the information. Lot #04/29 Remember Kassinga and other papers on political prisoners and detainees in Namibia “Fact Paper on Southern Africa” no. London, International Defence & Aid Fund, First edition.

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Text-Book of Zulu Grammar. xii p bright red boards, black lettering fresh and clean copy, third edition Remember Kassinga, and Other Papers on Political Prisoners and Detainees in Namibia. 52p stapled booklet, grey card cover, very good. £ (No Author) £   Ethiopia’s ruling coalition announced it would release political prisoners and close the infamous Maekelawi detention center in the capital, Addis.

For prisoners and detainees held by Namibia, see Category:Prisoners and detainees of Namibia (15 P) L Namibian prisoners sentenced to life imprisonment‎ (2 P) Pages in category "Namibian prisoners and detainees" The following 4 pages are in this category, out of 4. Negotiating the Release of Political Prisoners in South Africa by Kate Savage Research report written for the Northern Ireland Programme at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard, Kate Savage is a private consultant.

Introduction This case study will provide an overview as to the manner in which the release of politicalFile Size: KB. About detainees of Namibia's main nationalist movement returned home today, and some of them charged that their captors had beaten people to. Editorial Reviews "This book brings to light for the first time the extraordinary stories of political prisoners in settler-ruled Zimbabwe.

It adds a new dimension to our understanding of nationalist struggle, challenging the guerrilla war-dominated focus of both academic studies of this era and official nationalist narratives promoted then and since by Zimbabwe's ruling : AN APPRAISAL OF THE RIGHT TO DIGNITY OF PRISONERS AND DETAINEES WITH DISABILITIES: A CASE STUDY OF GHANA AND NIGERIA.

and on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) state that all human rights derive from the inherent dignity of the human person2. Some modern constitutions treatment of all other prisoners who are in need of such treatment. p hardback with worn dustjacket, not price clipped, book itself excellent, without names or £ Kästner, Erich.

£ In the Teeth of the Evidence and Other Stories. p yellow paperback, some creasing to spine, very well preserved copy, bright and clean and Other Papers on Political Prisoners and Detainees in Namibia.

In other words, the EPRDF has not identified the lack of fundamental political and civil rights, and real multi-party elections as part of the problem. The statement about the release of ‘political prisoners’ is a result of this reform : Louise Aalen.Release all South African political prisoners!

Contributor Names King, David, designer Anti-apartheid Movement, sponsor/advertiser it is the researcher's obligation to assess copyright or other use restrictions and obtain permission from third parties when necessary before publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the Library.Political prisoners fell into four categories; convicted political prisoners, political detainees, those who were banned, and banished persons.

The Bracelet Program focused on convicted political prisoners serving life sentences in South Africa. We used those individuals as symbols of .