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8 April 2021

Ковид-19 өвчний үеэр багууд зайнаас ажиллах нь нэмэгдсэнээс улбаалан бидний харилцаа холбоо хэр хамгаалагдсан бэ гэсэн асуулттай бид тулгарч байна. Харилцаа холбооны аль хэрэгсэл хамгийн сайн нь вэ? Эмзэг мэдээлэл бүхий байгууллагын дотоод хурал явуулахад хамгийн сайн хамгаалагдсан хэрэгсэл аль нь вэ? Аль платформ/хэрэгсэл нь онлайн курс болон зайны сургалт явуулахад оролцогчдын нууцлалыг хадгалж, аюулгүй байдлыг хангах үйлдэлтэй вэ?

Frontline Defenders (Галын шугам дахь хамгаалагчид) өөрийн онцгой хэрэгцээнд тохирох хэрэгсэл сонгоход тань туслах энэхүү тоймыг хүргэж байна.

4 December 2020

Ideas & tips for human rights defenders

Let us know of your protection ideas or suggestions based on your experience that may benefit other HRDs or HROs at risk, we will develop this guide further.

This guide is available in Arabic, French, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, Turkish, Chinese, and Farsi. Click on the language tab (above right) to access your preferred language.

26 November 2020

In July 2020, Front Line Defenders launched Cypher (@cypher_comics on Instagram), a digital comics magazine that advances the organization’s storytelling and narrative framing work in collaboration with and in support of HRDs. Working with artists from around the world, including the award-winning visual storyteller, Beldan Sezen, as creative director, the ’zine is a monthly publication featuring stories of HRDs, their work and the challenges they face.

8 September 2020

In 2019, Front Line Defenders traveled to Manipur, one of the states in the northeast region of India. The state is under the jurisdiction of the Armed Forces (Assam and Manipur) Special Powers Act of 1958, which effectively enables the Indian Army to maintain an ongoing presence in all areas of the state and to place all civilians under an effective rule by martial law. Under this Act, thousands of Manipuri civilians have been detained, jailed, tortured and extra judiciously killed by the armed forces and associated paramilitary forces.

7 July 2020

The EU Guidelines of Human Rights Defenders (2004) provide practical actions for EU staff in Brussels and in human rights defenders’ (HRDs) home countries to support and protect HRDs. While useful, the Guidelines do not contain recommendations or actions that consider the varied experiences of women human rights defenders (WHRDs) with regard to gender, sexuality, race, class, family life, etc.