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ARCHumankind in solidarity with the plight of Iranians for freedom and democracy

ARCHumankind, represented by its director, Paulo Casaca, has been present in a series of rallies in Europe to support the Iranian community plight for freedom. On 15 June in Brussels, on 28 and 29 of June and on 12 and 13 July in Ashraf, Albania and on 27 July in London, he spoke on behalf of a different policy regarding Iran based on the respect of human dignity and the international order, confronting the internal and the external threats of the theocracy.

ARCHumankind appeals Australia on behalf of whistle-blower Bernard Collaery

On 8 August 2019, ARCHumankind appealed to Justin Brown, the Ambassador of Australia to the European Union, on the occasion of the ongoing legal proceedings against Mr Bernard Collaery, the former attorney-general of the Australia Capital Territory, who is facing charges under Section 39 of the Intelligence Services Act.

ARCHumankind submits feedback to the European Commission on the revision of Regulation (EU) 2019/125 on dual use goods used for torture

On 18 July 2019, ARCHumankind submitted its position and feedback on the review of Regulation (EU) 2019/125. ARCHumankind supports the European Commission's commitment to the 'absolute prohibition of capital punishment, torture or other cruel, inhumane or degrading treatment or punishment'. With this, ARCHumankind raised seven main concerns it believes will make the regulation more effective. We support the European Commission’s commitment to the ‘absolute prohibition of capital punishment, torture or other cruel, inhumane or degrading treatment or punishment’. In accordance with this commitment, we think the present instrument would become more effective if it would be reviewed in line with the following concerns: 1. The regulation should consider in the title and elsewhere ‘…goods involved in capital punishment…’ For example, as the trade...

Paulo Casaca in Ashraf 3 Albania

On 28 and 29 June 2019, Paulo Casaca, Co-Founder and President of ARCHumankind, was invited to visit the Iranian village named 'Ashraf 3' in Albania. Ashraf 3 is a village that was built in 2017 by nearly 3,000 Iranian refugees in Albania. The Iranian refugees, who were previously in Iraq, are members of the main Iranian opposition organisation, the People's Mujahedin of Iran. The former Member of the European Parliament, Paulo Casaca, who was the first European Parliamentarian to visit the original Ashraf camp in April 2004 in Iraq, was shown the new village that was constructed from scratch in little more than a year. During his stay, Paulo Casaca visited several habitational compounds as well as health and medical facilities. On...

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ARCHumankind in solidarity with the plight of Iranians for freedom and democracy

ARCHumankind, represented by its director, Paulo Casaca, has been present in a series of rallies in Europe to support the Iranian community plight for freedom. On 15 June in Brussels, on 28 and 29 of June and on 12 and 13 July in Ashraf, Albania and on 27 July in London, he spoke on behalf of a different policy regarding Iran based on the respect of human dignity and the international order, confronting the internal and the external threats of the theocracy.

ARCHumankind appeals Australia on behalf of whistle-blower Bernard Collaery

On 8 August 2019, ARCHumankind appealed to Justin Brown, the Ambassador of Australia to the European Union, on the occasion of the ongoing legal proceedings against Mr Bernard Collaery, the former attorney-general of the Australia Capital Territory, who is facing charges under Section 39 of the Intelligence Services Act.

ARCHumankind submits feedback to the European Commission on the revision of Regulation (EU) 2019/125 on dual use goods used for torture

On 18 July 2019, ARCHumankind submitted its position and feedback on the review of Regulation (EU) 2019/125. ARCHumankind supports the European Commission's commitment to the...

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