Category Archives: Droits de l’homme

La société civile demande l’indemnisation pour les constructions anarchiques qui seront démolies

Lors d’une réunion des leaders de la société civile avec l’ombudsman du Burundi. Presque tous les intervenants sont revenus sur la question des constructions anarchiques en mairie de Bujumbura.

La société civile demande le retrait du Burundi au Conseil de L’ONU pour les droits de l’Homme

Certaines organisations de la société civile en collaboration avec les élus dans la circonscription de la Mairie de Bujumbura ont organisé une marche manifestation ce samedi contre le conseil de l’ONU pour les droits de l’homme.

Adoption d’un projet de loi relatif au statut des apatrides au Burundi.

Ce mercredi, l’assemblée nationale a adopté une loi portant adhésion de la République du Burundi de la convention du 1954 relative au statut des apatrides.

Bobi Wine says Museveni’s gov’t is scared ahead of his Thursday return

Uganda’s vocal legislator Robert Kyagulanyi, popularly known as Bobi Wine announced on Tuesday that he will return to the country on Thursday, urging his supporters to prepare to ‘continue the struggle for a better Uganda’.

Photos: Seven African leaders who did not wear suits during China summit

 

Of the over African fifty heads of state and government who attended the just ended China – Africa cooperation summit in Beijing, there was no female leader.

No social media access for government workers in Tanzania

 

 

The Tanzanian government has banned all its workers from social media during working hours.

Pope ‘begs for God’s forgiveness’ for sexual abuse scandal

Pope Francis in Ireland Sunday « begged for God’s forgiveness » for the child sexual abuse scandal rocking the church but faced accusations by a former Vatican official that he had personally ignored allegations against senior clergy.

Uganda’s Bobi Wine granted bail

A Ugandan court has granted bail to Kyadondo East MP, Robert Kyagulanyi also known as Bobi Wine and his 12 co-accused colleagues facing treason charges.

Ebola death toll in DR Congo rises to 55

The Ebola outbreak in eastern DR Congo has claimed 55 lives since the start of the month, the authorities said Monday, as the government announced free treatment against the disease for the next three months.

Bobi Wine protests: Uganda army sorry over beating journalists

Uganda’s army has made a rare apology after soldiers were caught on film beating up a journalist who was covering a demonstration supporting detained MP Bobi Wine on Monday.