Author Archives: Maamulaha

HANAHR & University Human Rights Network Sign MOU on 14th July, 2020

HANAHR & University Human Rights Network Sign MOU on 14th July, 2020 to strengthen human rights advocacy in the horn of africa region and beyond. The University Network for Human Rights facilitates supervised undergraduate engagement in the practice of human rights at colleges and universities in the United States and across the globe. The University Network partners with advocacy organizations ...

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Mareykanka oo 6$ ku Taageeraya Doorashada Soomaaliya

  Mareykanka oo 6$ ku Taageeraya Doorashada Soomaaliya 2020/2021 Mareykanka ayaa sheegaya in ay Soomaaliya ka taageerayaan doorashada guud ee 2020/2021 balse aaney u yeerin-doonin. Ambassador Yamamoto oo ah safiirka Mareykanka ee Soomaaliya ayaa sheeko muuqaal ah uu la yeeshay saxafiyiinta Soomaaliyeed waxaa uu ku sheegay  in Soomaalida ay tahay cidda go’aamineysa goorta ay doorashada dhici doonto, laakin ay muhiim tahay ...

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HANAHR Eyes Intl. Human Rights Strategic Partnerships

HANAHR EYES INTERNATIONAL STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS WITH INTERNATIONAL AND PAN AFRICAN HUMAN RIGHTS GROUPS.         In June 2020, HANAHR has achieved alot in the field of human rights promotion, defense, and advocacy by signing a MOU with eyewitness global in order to seek to bring to justice those who commit international atrocity crimes by documenting atrocities by using ...

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Horn Afrik Refugees Network (HARN) – 14.08.2014

HARN Profile Horn Afrik Refugees Network Horn Afrik Refugees Network (HARN) was established in 2014 by urban refugees in the horn of africa region e.g. Somalia, Ethiopia, Djibouti Profile: HARN Is non governmental organisation and the largest urban refugee network in horn of africa region with 5 urban refugee associations and organisations in Somalia and 7 urban refugee associations in ...

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Facebook: Friend or foe to Somalia’s press freedom?- AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL – OPED

By Haben Fecadu Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg likes to sing the praises of his platform as a champion for freedom of expression, but this rings hollow for many journalists in Somalia. Somali journalists already have one of the toughest jobs in the world. They often risk their lives to cover the country’s conflict, where government forces are pitted against the armed ...

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Covid-19 v. Press Freedom – RSF launches Tracker 19 to track Covid-19’s impact on press freedom

RSF launches Tracker 19 to track Covid-19’s impact on press freedom Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is launching Tracker-19 to monitor and evaluate the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on journalism and to offer recommendations on how to defend the right to information. Tracker 19 The press freedom NGO Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is launching a tool for monitoring an unprecedented ...

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U.S. AIRSTRIKE IN SOMALIA KILLED TWO CIVILIANS, RELATIVES SAY

A U.S. AIRSTRIKE targeting al-Shabab militants in Somalia last week killed a child and an elderly man, relatives of the dead and a Somali lawmaker told The Intercept. A U.S. Africa Command press release issued the day of the strike near Janaale, a town about 60 miles south of the Somali capital Mogadishu, said that five “terrorists” were killed and ...

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Somalia: Transitional Justice is Inevitable

Somalia has witnessed mass atrocities through three decades of armed conflict. Warlords who perpetrated the war atrocities enjoy impunity and victims need access to justice. Horn News Agency for Human Rights (HANAHR) spares no effort to unleash a transitional justice road in Somalia in collaboration with all stakeholders in order to perpetuate peace and stability in Somalia and beyond. Our ...

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