The Mothers of Abductees Association released today, Monday, in partnership with the Network ICAN And the Women’s Alliance WASL A human rights report entitled “I fear that I will die and I do not know”, through which it dealt with the most prominent suffering faced by male and female prisoners in militia prisons.
The Abductees’ Mothers Association discussed in this report the most prominent things that have been monitored and documented on the conditions of detention and detention of a number of women in a number of official prisons, including the central prison in Sana’a, in order to improve the human rights situation and specifically the woman.
The Association explained that the report aims to introduce the suffering of female prisoners in official prisons, including the Central Prison in Sana’a, especially with the increase in the obstacles and complications that the local authorities put in front of the monitoring of the human rights situation in these prisons by civil society organizations.
The Association notes that this report works to help everyone who has a relationship in prisons, foremost among which are the Ministries of Interior, Justice, and Human Rights, as well as local bodies, international bodies and civil society organizations, by shedding light on the imprisonment of women in Sanaa as a model for women prisoners. And support for women inside these prisons.
The Association said that this work is part of the fulfillment and commitment of the Abducted Mothers Association as a feminist organization working in the field of human rights towards women in support of their legal rights and preserving their human dignity in all cases.
The Association stated that it has our strong belief in the need for support and support for women in light of the great deprivation of their civil rights, and their absence from decision-making and the development of programs and policies.
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