Aden; Abductees Mothers Association Honors the Efforts and Determination of Mothers in Conjunction with the Global 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence.

    In Aden, Abductees’ Mothers Association honored 30 mothers of arbitrarily detained and forcibly disappeared persons, appreciating their determination during their long arduous journey of searching for their sons. The ceremony was held in conjunction with the global 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence.   For years, mothers of abductees, forcibly disappeared and detainees have been subjected to violence, threats, interrogations,

    23/11/2022 08:51:16

      Abductees Mothers Association Meets Accept International Delegations to Review the Conditions of Abductees and Detainees.

      Amat Alsalam Al-Hajj, Head of Abductees’ Mothers Association, met with Mr. Yosuke Nagai, Chief Executive Officer of Accept International.  During the meeting, which was held this morning at the association’s office in Taiz, Al-Hajj explained the violations and torture methods abductees, detainees and forcibly disappeared persons had been subjected to. She talked about the activities and actions carried out by the association, which aim to support

      03/11/2022 15:20:37

        On the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists Abductees’ Mothers Association demands that the perpetrators of violations against journalists and those who ordered their practice are held accountable

        In continuation of the advocacy campaign launched by Abductees’ Mothers Association entitled (Justice for Abductees), Abductees’ Mothers Association held a vigil this morning, Tuesday, in front of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Sana'a. The mothers demanded in their vigil, which coincided with the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, that those who detained, disappeared, and tortured the

        02/11/2022 12:55:54

          Abductees’ Mothers Association Demands the Unconditional Release of their Sons and Justice for them

          In sync with the advocacy campaign launched by Abductees’ Mothers Association entitled (Justice for Abductees), Abductees’ Mothers Associations held a vigil this morning, Thursday, in the city of Taiz. The mothers demanded at their vigil the unconditional release of "526" kidnapped and disappeared by the Houthi group, including four journalists facing the death penalty. They also demanded the unconditional release of “18” kidnapped

          20/10/2022 12:01:45

            As part of the Campaign “Justice for Abductees” Carried out by Abductees’ Mothers Association Victims of Detention, Torture and Enforced Disappearance Demand Justice for them and Accountability for the Perpetrators of Violations Committed against them

            Abductees’ Mothers Association revealed at a hearing for a number of victims part of the violations suffered by the abductees, detainees and forcibly disappeared persons that require accountability and justice. At the hearing, the kidnapped lawyer, "Abdul-Malik Ahmed Al-Sabai", who was kidnapped in June 2017 during the Eid Al-Adha holiday and remained disappeared for a year and eight months and was released in December 2019 said: “I was

            10/10/2022 16:02:28

              “Yemeni Woman as Peace Builder, Reality and Ambitions” Panel Discussion Organized by Abductees Mothers Association as Part of She Builds Peace Campaign.

              In conjunction with the International Day of Peace, Abductees’ Mothers Association held, in collaboration with the International Civil Society Action Network (ICAN), a panel discussion titled “Yemeni Woman as Peace Builder, Reality and Ambitions”, as part of She Builds Peace campaign. The first topic of the session, titled “Women’s Role at Peacebuilding during War”, was presented by the activist, Dalia Mohammed, who worked

              07/10/2022 15:11:27

                I Was Looking for my Son’s Body and Saw Bodies Arranged Like Logs and Filled with Worms. Mother of Ghamadan Al-Saba’ei. Abductees Mothers Association Commemorates Third Anniversary of Bombing Community College Prison in Dhamar.

                In Taiz, Abductees’ Mothers Association commemorated the third anniversary of bombing Community College Prison in Dhamar. Titled “Bombing Community College Prison, A Crime Awaiting Justice.”, the association held, this morning, a hearing session for several victims of the crime that took place at the early hours of September 1st, 2019, and resulted in the death of dozens of abductees. Sadeq Mohammed Mofleh, a former abductee and a survivor

                01/09/2022 16:53:1

                  In Conjunction with the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearance; Mothers of Abductees Are Subjected to Physical Assault by Almaasheeq Palace in Aden While Demanding Disclosing the Fate of 57 Forcibly Disappeared.

                  In Conjunction with the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearance, Abductees’ Mothers Association in Aden demanded disclosing the fate of their sons who had been forcibly disappeared since 2016. In their protesting rally this morning by Alma’asheeq Presidential Palace, mothers stated that there was no news of the abductees’ medical conditions and safety. In one case, a family only heard of their son’s arrest from media. The

                  30/08/2022 04:31:17

                    Abductees Mothers Association Demands Uncovering the Fate of 32 Forcibly Disappeared form Taiz

                    With the approach of the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearance, Abductees’ Mothers Association in Taiz demanded uncovering the fate of 32 forcibly disappeared individuals, 2 of whom are held by Abu Alabas group, one held by the Joint Forces at the western coast, and 29 are held by Houthi armed group. Some of the victims had been forcibly disappeared for as long as 6 years, with no news of their medical conditions and safety. During

                    23/08/2022 03:38:21

                      As contribution in combating violence against women; Abductees Mothers Association Holds Psychological Support Session for the Survivors of Violence Against Women.

                      Titled “Psychological Trauma Treatment Strategies”, Abductees’ Mothers Association held a psychological support session for the survivors of violence against women, which was financed by the Doria Feminist Fund.    During the session that lasted for two days, and was attended by 30 women, participants were familiarized with the psychological trauma and its variations, as well as its symptoms.   Using workshops and

                      09/08/2022 07:28:12

                        Abductees’ Mothers Association Sounds the Alarm about the Constant Failing Abductees and Detainees Face and Life Threats in Prisons.

                        Abductees’ Mothers Association sounded the alarm about failing the case of abductees and arbitrarily detained, and forcibly disappeared persons for a long time. The case, which is primarily humanitarian, had been accompanied by postponement and delay by the international community and Yemeni parties. In their rally this morning by the office of the Special Envoy of the UN Secretary-General for Yemen, mothers condemned the recurring violations against

                        04/08/2022 19:22:24

                          As part of its society community awareness program and contribution to building peace; Abductees’ Mothers Association Holds Training Session Regarding Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace, and Security.

                          Amidst the international and regional efforts, and the ongoing changes in Yemen that aim to disarmament and achieving peace, and as a contribution from Abductees’ Mothers Association to build peace, the association held a training and discussion session for the association’s members and volunteers regrading the content of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325, on women, peace, and security. During the session that lasted for two days, the

                          29/07/2022 17:51:43

                            Abductees’ Mothers Association demands the Presidential Leadership Council to uncover the fate of the forcibly disappeared and continue trying detainees fairly.

                            Abductees’ Mothers Association held, this morning, a peaceful protesting rally by Alma’asheeq Presidential Palace in Aden. In their rally, mothers demanded the Presidential Leadership Council to uncover the fate of 52 individuals, who had been forcibly disappeared for five years, and to hold lawfully fair trials for 55 arbitrarily detained persons. Mothers reiterated that their sons’ case is humanitarian and cannot be subjected to political

                            27/07/2022 21:51:20

                              Abductees Mothers Association Participates at She Builds Peace Campaign with Workshop on the Role of Activism Building Peace.

                              In conjunction with the efforts made by the international community to make peace in Yemen and create an armistice between Yemeni warring parties, and while excluding Yemeni women of decision making and peace building bodies, despite their great roles in many fields, Abductees’ Mothers Association held a workshop, in coordination with International Civil Society Action Network, ICAN, regarding the role of activism in peace building, as part of She Builds

                              18/07/2022 16:22:45

                                Abductees Mothers Association Demands Special Envoy to Mount Pressure to Release Abductees as Part of Effort to Lift the Blockade of Taiz.

                                With mothers’ hearts that had been repeatedly broken by fear, longing, and postponed promises, Abductees’ Mothers Association demanded the UN’s Special Envoy for Yemen, Mr. Hans Grundberg, to include releasing abductees and detainees in his efforts to lift the blockade of Taiz.   In its protesting rally held this morning by the governorate administrative center, the association stated that its team in Taiz had documented the abduction of

                                22/06/2022 21:25:46

                                  As consultations falter; Abductees mothers: our sons freedom is inalienable, we are ready to hand in our lists to all parties.

                                  Abductees’ Mothers Association demanded the Special Envoy and the international community to mount the necessary pressure upon the Stockholm Agreement’s parties, in order to fully and completely implement it. In their rally this morning by the office of the United Nation’s Special Envoy, mothers said that the consultations held by the Yemeni Parties that signed Stockholm Agreement and under the auspices of the United Nations, continue to

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