Monthly Archives: November 2012

Where is justice in Guinea Conakry?

TweetSince Guinea gained independence in 1958, the country has been governed by a string of dictatorships. Discrimination along ethnic lines has resulted in massive human rights violations, killings, extrajudicial executions and disappearances. To date, these acts that have been committed … Continue reading

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Appointment of two Somali women in key ministerial posts must not mask the massive day to day persecution of women in Somalia

TweetHala Alkarib On 4th November 2012, the new Somali Prime Minister, Abdi Farah Shirdon, announced the composition of his first cabinet with two women appointed as part of the 10 member cabinet. Of particular note, Fowsiyo Yusuf Hajji Aden was … Continue reading

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