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Landmark new study on Houthi serious violations

Landmark new study on Houthi serious violations  In 2020 Maat for Peace and Development and Human Rights and Just Access submitted UN comments on Yemen’s ICCPR review, innovatively proposing that it applied to Houthis, non-State actors recognised as ‘de facto authorities’ with functional responsibilities, including for indiscriminate drone attacks. Read it here: https://bit.ly/35pPEVKMaat’s landmark new study confirms and greatly expands this position to establish Houthi serious violations and responsibilities under international humanitarian and criminal law in light of recent events. Read the summary and the full report here: https://bit.ly/3Igro6W Except where otherwise noted, the content on this site is licensed…

Joint Comments by Maat and Just Access for the Concluding Observations on Qatar’s Initial Report about the implementation of the ICCPR

Joint Comments by Maat and Just Access for the Concluding Observations on Qatar’s Initial Report about the implementation of the ICCPR  Maat for Peace, Development and Human Rights and Just Access e.V. submit jointly the following comments for the consideration of the Human Rights Committee (CCPR) in relation to its Concluding Observations concerning Qatar’s Initial Report on the implementation of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR). Qatar ratified the ICCPR in 2018, but four years later there are still several areas in which the State is systematically infringing the Covenant. These infringements require immediate action by the…