2012-02-27 14:26:21Newspaper Shut Down, Issues of Three More Confiscated[HRInfo]
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) denounces the ongoing repressive crackdown of the Sudanese authorities on press freedom. Not only did the Sudanese government confiscate issues of al-Tayar newspaper last week, but ordered the suspension of the newspaper altogether on 22 February. Only one day earlier, on 21 February, it seized the entire print run of the newspapers of al-Midan, al-Youm al-Taly, and al-Ahdath.
Wednesday, 10-22-14, 13:40Young MPs Attended Global Youth Mobilisation Gathering[New Era]Windhoek -Eight Namibian young parliamentarians took part in the first ever global gathering aimed at mobilising the youth's participation in politics and to overcome a democracy deficit in political engagement.
Wednesday, 10-22-14, 13:16UAN Wants Human Rights Education in University Curriculum[ANGOP]Luanda -The director of the Law Faculty of the public Agostinho Neto University (UAN), Carlos Teixeira, suggested on Tuesday, in Luanda, the inclusion of the theme related to the observance of human rights in the curriculum of higher education.
Wednesday, 10-22-14, 13:02CPLP Foundations Provide Added Value to Member Countries - Deputy Governor of Luanda[ANGOP]Luanda -The deputy governor of Luanda Province, Juvelina Imperial, considered Tuesday in this city that the 10th Meeting of the Foundations of the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries (CPLP) provides added value to its member countries, since it allows the reflection of various topics and gives possible solutions to common problems in the community.