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A Statement of Condemnation by the Abductees’ Mothers Association Denouncing the Deaths of Three Detainees under Mysterious Circumstances in the Prisons of the Houthis and Tareq Saleh.

The Abductees’ Mothers Association received reports of the deaths of three detainees during the holy month of Ramadan. The Association extends condolences to the families of the victims and condemns these crimes committed by the Houthi group and the Joint Forces of the Western Coast under the leadership of Tareq Saleh. The deceased individuals include: …

A Statement of Condemnation by the Abductees’ Mothers Association Denouncing the Deaths of Three Detainees under Mysterious Circumstances in the Prisons of the Houthis and Tareq Saleh. Read More »

An message of appeal from the mothers and wives of the abductees to the Houthi group on the occasion of Ramadhan

With Ramadan lanterns extinguished and joy fading away in the absence of their loved ones Mothers and wives of the abductees in Sana’a city today, Wednesday, sent a tearful and sorrowful plea message demanding the release of their relatives who have been abducted, detained, and forcibly hidden in Houthi group’s prisons on the occasion of …

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Impacts of Enforced Disappearance and ArbitraryDetention on Women and Chidren in Yemen

The policy paper launched by Abductees’ Mothers Association in partnership with the Peace Track Initiative (PTI), Elbarlamaent and the TOBE Foundation for Rights and Liberties with funding from the European Union (EU), on the Intrrnational Women’s Day ,and which is entitled “Impacts of Enforced Disappearance and Arbitrary Detention on Women and Children in Yemen”, “is …

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The Abductees’ Mothers Association receives a call from the Prime Minister of the internationally recognized Yemeni government

The Abductees’ Mothers Association received a phone call from the Prime Minister of the internationally recognized Yemeni government, Dr. Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak. He promised to prioritize the issue of abducted, detained, and forcibly disappeared individuals within the government’s agenda, aiming to release the abducted, reunite families, and alleviate their suffering and that of their …

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Abductees’ Mothers Association holds a wibinar to launch its policy paper “Impacts of Enforced Disappearance and Arbitrary Detention on Women and Children”

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Abductees’ Mothers Association in partnership with the Peace Track Initiative (PTI), Elbarlament and the TOBE Foundation for Rights and Liberties with funding from the European Union (EU), held a wibinar to launch the policy paper entitled “Impacts of Enforced Disappearance and Arbitrary Detention on Women and Children in …

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A joint statement of the women human right5 defenders on the occasion of the International Women’s Day

The Abductees’ Mothers Association and the Justice for Yemen Pact issued a joint statement calling on the international community to swiftly address the unique challenges facing women human rights defenders in Yemen, including threats and violence. On International Women’s Day, we honor Women Human Rights Defenders (WHRDs) globally for their unwavering dedication to justice and …

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The Abductees’ Mothers Association demands the release of those forcibly hidden and making the joy of Ramadan’s arrival a “double joy.”

Our joy will be incomplete without the return of our absentees. With these words, the voices of the mothers rose in their protest stance under the scorching sun, in front of the Al-Ma’ashiq Palace in Aden governorate, this morning, Wednesday March, 6, 2024, demanding the revelation of the fate of their forcibly disappeared sons and …

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Statement of Abductees Mothers Association in Aden on the Occasion of the Coming of the Holy Month of Ramadan Demanding to Reveal 60 Enforcedly Disappeared Sons.

The years pass and the holy month of Ramadan comes with its eighth season, and 60 of our sons are still forcibly disappeared by the security forces in Aden governorate, their freedom has been taken away, and their families and children have been deprived of the joy of the holy month and their gathering at …

Statement of Abductees Mothers Association in Aden on the Occasion of the Coming of the Holy Month of Ramadan Demanding to Reveal 60 Enforcedly Disappeared Sons. Read More »

Abductees Mothers Association: Release Al-Kumaim Immediately Due to Dire Health

Abductees’ Mothers Association condemns the continued abduction of Abu Zaid Abdulqawi Al-Kumaim, the head of the Yemeni Teachers’ Union, by the Houthi group since October 8th, 2023, after he demanded the payment of teachers’ salaries. This is despite his critical health condition due to diabetes, which requires his immediate release. We, at Abductees’ Mothers Association, …

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Advocating for Accountability in Yemen: Justice4Yemen Coalition at UPR

February 15, 2024 The Abductees’ Mothers Association proudly presented a Joint UPR Statement as an active member of the Justice4Yemen Coalition, supported by the DT Institute, during this week’s Universal Periodic Review (UPR) cycle in Geneva. At the Human Rights Council meeting, our coalition addressed critical issues related to human rights violations in Yemen, encompassing …

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