Monthly Archives: July 2014

Refugees ask Senegalese authorities to improve living conditions

TweetJune 20th marked United Nations World Refugee Day. In Senegal, IRRI marked its commitment to promoting and protecting the human rights of asylum-seekers, refugees, and internally displaced persons (IDPs) by raising awareness among both the authorities and the Senegalese public … Continue reading

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Criminals or Victims? The Complexities of Addressing the Requests of ICC Witnesses for Asylum

Tweet(This blog first appeared on the International Justice Monitor, a project of the Open Society Justice Initiative.) On June 27, a Dutch court refused the appeal of three former the International Criminal Court (ICC) witnesses, Floribert Ndjabu Ngabu, Sharif Manda Ndadza Dz’Na, … Continue reading

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