Photography Competition: “Human Rights. My Rights. Your Rights. Triggered!” The Background The Nuremberg Center for Human Rights (Nürnberger Menschenrechtszentrum e.V. – NMRZ) advocates for human rights protection locally as well as nationally and internationally. In 2014 the photography competition “Human rights. My Rights. Your Rights. Triggered!” was created in order to commemorate the 25th anniversary
- The Shelter City Project
- Photography Competition: “Human Rights. My Rights. Your Rights. Triggered!”
- The struggle of human rights NGOs and the “Funding Transparency” Law in Israel
- HUMAN RIGHTS AND HISTORY – A CHALLENGE FOR EDUCATION
- The Struggle against Torture in Italy – The Failure of the Italian Law
- Is providing humanitarian assistance a crime?
- Human rights violations in the refugee and asylum seeker crisis in Israel
- The Inter-American Court of Human Rights’ report on the Herzog Case: A reflection on the tortuous way for the right to memory and truth and on the absence of justice in Brazil
- Brazil’s clandestine mass grave in Perus (São Paulo)
- Spain’s struggle for human rights
In many countries around the world, human rights defenders are persecuted for their work and convictions. They are put under surveillance, threatened, harassed, and detained arbitrarily; often, they face enforced disappearance, torture, and even death. One of the organizations concerned with the protection of human rights defenders is the Dutch NGO Justice & Peace. In 2012, the organization founded the program Shelter City. Under the program, human rights defenders are offered temporary protection for three months in a Dutch city. In this time, they can recover and resume their work in peace.
Im Auftrag der Stiftung Erinnerung, Verantwortung und Zukunft (EVZ) hat Rainer Huhle vom Nürnberger Menschenrechtszentrum diesen Band herausgegeben, in dem zahlreiche Autoren sich mit der Entstehungsgeschichte von Menschenrechten, deren Bedeutung für die Formulierung der Menschenrechte heute und schließlich für die Menschenrechtsbildung beschäftigen. Der Band geht auf eine gemeinsame Tagung von EVZ und NMRZ im Jahr
A human rights approach to the consequences of the economic crisis in Spain and the demands of the Indignados movement Since 2008, the global economy is experimenting a severe downturn: a deep financial and economic crisis has spread globally. This crisis is having devastating effects on lives and livelihoods across the world, threatening the whole
Marco Antonios Mutter und Schwestern. Copyright: JLPOS El Periódico Guatemala is the country with the highest number of victims of enforced disappearance in Latin America. As a result of the repression during the internal armed conflict (1960-1996), around 45,000 people were disappeared. Despite this large number, only a few cases have been investigated and prosecuted.
The delegitimization of human Rights NGOs by the Israeli government is getting stronger and the NGOs’ space in Israel is shrinking. Noam Cohen is giving an overview of the situation in Israel after the new “NGO Funding Transparency” law has been in force since 2016.