Monthly Archives: July 2012

Refugees ask: Is Uganda delivering Congolese refugees to Kabila?

TweetThere is growing desolation and fear among Congolese refugees following the kidnapping of a well-known Congolese refugee, Mr. Avochi Nyipir Utwikende. His kidnapping enforces a feeling of insecurity among Congolese refugees who have long feared Ugandan security and their suspected … Continue reading

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Urgent appeal for Sudanese student detained by Sudan’s National Intelligence and Security Services

TweetMohamed Salah, a university student detained by NISS, is facing serious health risks as a result of torture and ill-treatment We are the parents and siblings of Mohamed Salah, a 23 years old student in his final year at the University … Continue reading

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Refugees and IDPs in Senegal struggling to have their voices heard

TweetOn June 19 2012, IRRI, along with Accueil Aide et Assistance aux Réfugiés (AAAR) and Action pour les Droits Humains et l’Amitié (ADHA), organised a demonstration in Dakar to celebrate World Refugee Day. Representatives from about ten refugee communities living … Continue reading

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