22 juin 2019

Protecting victims of terrorism

Conseil de l'EuropeA workshop on the protection of victims of terrorist acts will be organised on Thursday 20 June in Strasbourg by the Council of Europe’s Steering Committee for Human Rights. Its aim is to raise awareness of the Council of Europe Guidelines (2017) on the protection of victims of terrorism and to share good practices regarding their implementation at national level. More...

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05 mai 2019

Explainer: trial of alleged perpetrator of Christchurch mosque shootings

The ConversationAt the centre of these various waves is the trial of the alleged perpetrator, accused (to date) of 50 murders and 39 attempted murders. The identities of the attempted murder victims are suppressed at the moment. More...

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28 avril 2019

Together we grieve, together we respond to end racism (Advocate 26 01)

On 15 March 2019 at 1.32pm New Zealand changed forever. The murder of fifty people at mosques in Christchurch stunned us all.
In the days that followed, the tragedy has brought New Zealanders together in our tens of thousands to mourn, to express our horror, and to try to make sense of the world.
It has mobilised our members to provide aroha and support to those affected by the racist attacks in Christchurch. We have sought to meet with our Muslim members and their families kanohi ki te kanohi, though respecting that this must happen when they are ready to share their time with us. More...

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After Christchurch: Standing up to racism (Advocate 26 01)

After the horrific Christchurch mosque shootings, there have been heartening displays of solidarity with Muslim communities. Four thousand people, Muslims and non-Muslims, came together at the Stand Together Against Racism rally in Melbourne the day after the tragedy to say that there is no place for racist hate in our society. It shouldn’t take tragedies such as this to notice how entrenched racism and Islamophobia have become in Australia. The horrific violence was a product of decades of vitriolic Islamophobia and anti-immigrant racism, currently led by the Coalition Government in Australia. More...

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NTEU statement regarding Christchurch tragedy

NTEU sends its deepest sympathies to all New Zealanders, to those New Zealanders who are Muslim, and our most heartfelt sympathy to those who lost family. 
There is no hiding from Australia’s role in this tragedy. We must own it. It comes after more than a decade of race baiting and hatred from elements among those in political office, self-aggrandising commentators and media proprietors.
If this tragedy had happened in Australia our Prime Minister would not have honestly been able to say: "You may have chosen us, but we utterly reject and condemn you" because he and other politicians in this country have set in train and encouraged the development of hatred by using Muslim immigration as a political tool.
We must all reject the politics of fear and hatred, whether direct or dog whistled, that provides an environment where extremism flourishes.
Our deepest sympathies to the families of those who lost their lives, and to their communities.  And to Australians who are Muslims we stand with you and commit to playing a role in fighting Islamophobia. More...

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28 janvier 2019

Scholarship Stoppage

HomeBy Elizabeth Redden. About 30 Palestinian students studying on State Department-sponsored scholarships will see their funding lapse in apparent unintended consequence of new law making it easier for U.S. victims of terror attacks to pursue claims against Palestinian government. More...

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08 janvier 2019

Quatre ans après le massacre de Charlie Hebdo, Cabu nous manque toujours

Alternatives EconomiquesSur le blog de Michel Abhervé pour Alternatives économiques. 7 janvier 2013 ! Et nous regrettons que la pertinence de Cabu ne puisse plus porter par ses dessins son regard acéré sur l'actualité. Plus...

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23 décembre 2018

Shooting at the Strasbourg Christmas Market

Conseil de l'Europe“I am shocked and saddened by the horrible news on the shooting near the Christmas market in the centre of Strasbourg yesterday. My sincere condolences to the families of the victims. I strongly condemn these violent acts and I give my full support to the French authorities in this matter. We stand together in defence of our common European values.” More...

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Terrorist attack in Strasbourg

Conseil de l'EuropeThis is a sad morning. As we know, three people have been killed and a dozen injured as a result of last night’s attack in the heart of our City. Our condolences to the families and friends of the victims. Our sympathies go to the citizens of Strasbourg and we offer our solidarity to our host nation France and to this great city. Let me express my full support for the French authorities, who continue to do all they can to protect the people who live here, the international community and the citizens from across Europe that come to visit this historic place. More...

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22 décembre 2018

Attentat de Strasbourg : "Malgré les attaques, la France ne se tient pas statique et n’est pas condamnée à subir”

Screenshot-2018-4-15 Egypte – des élections présidentielles jouées d’avanceMardi soir, un homme qui fut ensuite identifié comme étant Cherif Chekatt, un strasbourgeois de 29 ans, a tiré à plusieurs reprises sur la foule au marché de Noël de Strasbourg. Cinq personnes sont décédées suite à cette attaque et plus de 700 membres des forces de l'ordre ont été déployés pour le retrouver alors qu'il avait pris la fuite. Qui était-il et comment la France fait-elle face à ces attaques de type djihadiste. Plus...

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