Thousands of hostages are still being held by fighters in the jungles of Colombia.This is a video that speaks about a radio program started by a former FARC hostage that allows the families of kidnapped people to send messages via the radio to their loved ones imprisoned in the jungle.
"The Road to Justice: Towards an Accessible and Effective African Court on Human Rights" advocates for widespread ratification of the Protocol, and for NGO’s and individuals to be granted direct access.
“Crying Sun” tells the story of people from the Chechen mountainous village of Zumsoy and their struggle to preserve cultural identity and traditions in the context of military raids and enforced disappearances by the federal army, attacks by guerilla fighters, and subsequent displacement.
Documentary about the use of sexual violence against women as a weapon in the Sierra Leone civil war. The story is told through the eyes of survivors: women and girls, as well as the child soldiers and perpetrators.
The video features powerful footage, shot between 2003 and 2004, of the military training of children in several militia camps in South Kivu as well as compelling testimony from demobilized child soldiers recounting the horrifying memories of life as soldiers.
The footage you see in "Kosovo and Beyond" details gruesome evidence of Serbian torture and killing of ethnic Albanians. Similar violence in Sierra Leone, Rwanda and East Timor underscores the fact that no place is immune from grave human rights violations. The video underscores the importance of an effective International Criminal Court, the first ever permanent court established to promote the rule of law and ensure that the gravest international crimes do not go unpunished.
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