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The Kurd genocide in Turkey, from the 90’s to nowadays


The Kurd association YAKAY-Der, based in Turkey, has been fighting for years now for a recognition by the Turkish government of the many human rights violations ( murder, arbitrary detention, torture, enforced disappearance) committed against its Kurd population, as well as for justice, guarantees of non-recurrence and for the rights of which they were deprived to be finally given back.

Press Release - Abusive closure of the two Turkish member associations YAKAY-DER and MEYA-DER


Press Release Abusive closure of the two associations YAKAY-DER and MEYA-DER by the Turkish authorities After having their activities suspended by the Interior Ministry on 11 November 2016, following the declaration of the state of emergency in Turkey, YAKAY-DER (Association for Solidarity and Support for Relatives of Disappeared Persons) and MEYA-DER, members of the Euro-Mediterranean Federation Against Enforced Disappearances (FEMED) were permanently banned and closed and their assets were seized.

KOSOVO - Interview of the vice-président of "Sphresimi", HALIT BERISHA


Interview of Mr. Halit Berisha, vice-president of the association Shpresimi helping the family members of victims of war crimes and enforced disapperances, in Suharekë, and member of the coordination council of associations for enforced disappearances in Kosovo .   As a volunteer on the issue of missing persons, what happened in Kosovo during the years of 1998 / 1999?

GAMBIA - «Truth and Justice for disappeared!»: final statement


The Euro-Mediterranean federation against enforced disappearances organized a formation within the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights (ACHPR) in Banjul (Gambia). Human Rights activists of different countries, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ivory Coast, Morocco and Tunisia took part in this formation under the subject “Truth and Justice for the disappeared!”. It was focused on the African norms and mechanisms which protect the human rights.

International Day for the victims of Enforced Disappearances: a tool of terror.


In December 2010, the United Nations, deeply concerned by the increase of cases of Enforced Disappearances across the world, declared August 30th as the “International Day against Enforced and/or Involuntary Disappearances.” On this occasion, the Euro – Mediterranean Federation against Enforced Disappearances (FEMED) reiterates its appeal to put an end to this particularly cruel human rights violation.

International Day for the victims of Enforced Disappearances: a tool of terror.


In December 2010, the United Nations, deeply concerned by the increase of cases of Enforced Disappearances across the world, declared August 30th as the “International Day against Enforced and/or Involuntary Disappearances.” On this occasion, the Euro – Mediterranean Federation against Enforced Disappearances (FEMED) reiterates its appeal to put an end to this particularly cruel human rights violation. 

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