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July 25, 2011 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Two sons of the deputy editor of the newspaper Al-Mithaq physically attacked Two sons of Yahia Nouri, deputy editor of the newspaper Al-Mithaq and spokesperson of the General People’s Conference, were physically attacked by government militiamen. RSF_en News Organisation Help by sharing this information
Receive email alerts February 13, 2013 – Updated on January 20, 2016 End arbitrary house arrests of Mousavi, Karroubi, and Rahnavard; free all prisoners of conscience IranMiddle East – North Africa March 18, 2021 Find out more to go further News Beirut, London, Paris, February 13, 2013) – The Iranian authorities should immediately release from arbitrary house arrest two former presidential candidates Mehdi Karroubi and Mir Hossein Mousavi, his wife Zahra Rahnavard, author and political activist, and cease harassing or detaining without cause the couple’s two daughters and Mehdi Karroubi’s son, said the Nobel Peace laureate Shirin Ebadi and six leading human rights bodies. Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, Reporters Without Borders, International Federation for Human Rights, League for the Defence of Human Rights in Iran, and International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran co-signed today’s appeal.On February 14, 2011, security and intelligence officials placed two former presidential candidates and Zahra Rahnavard, and Karroubi’s wife, Fatemeh Karroubi, under house arrest after they called for demonstrations to support the popular “Arab spring” uprisings across the region. Zahra and Narges Mousavi, daughters of Mir Hossein Mousavi and Zahra Rahnavard, and Mohammad Hossein Karroubi, son of Mehdi Karroubi were arrested on Monday 11 February 2013, two days before the second anniversary of arbitrary house arrests of their parents and Mehdi Karroubi. They were released later the same day. “For two years now Iranian officials have stripped these opposition figures of their most basic rights without any legal justification or any effective means of remedy,” Ebadi said. “They and their families should not have to endure even one more day under these wholly unjustifiable and abusive conditions.” Mir Hossein Mousavi, former Prime Minister and Mehdi Karroubi, former Speaker of Iran’s parliament, had been presidential candidates in the 2009 election in which the incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was declared the winner, in disputed circumstances. The announcement of his victory set off huge protests in Tehran and other cities, which the authorities violent suppressed, followed by arrests and show trials of journalists, government critics, and opposition activists linked to the campaigns of Mousavi and Karroubi. After the election, authorities tightly monitored and controlled the movements of Karroubi, Mousavi, and their wives, and suspended the presidential candidates’ newspapers Etemad-e Melli and Kalameyeh Sabz. In mid-February 2011, in the wake of their joint appeal for Iranians to demonstrate in support of pro-reform protests in Egypt and Tunisia, the men and their wives were placed under house arrest without court orders. Fatemeh Karroubi has since been released from house arrest. But the three detained opposition figures remain cut off from the outside world by the terms of their house arrest and are prevented from meeting and communicating regularly with other members of their families. Iran’s senior officials have given varied accounts of the action against the opposition figures. In November 2011, Mohammad Javad Larijani, head of the High Council for Human Rights, said that the detainees had engaged in “illegal activities” and incited violence. He also said that no one could be placed under house arrest in Iran “without trial and without a court order,” and that the public would soon be informed of the charges against the detainees. More than a year later, during which no charges were brought, Iran’s police chief, Esmaeel Ahmadi Moghaddam said on December 25, 2012, that the country’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, had approved the detention of the opposition figures in advance of their “house arrest”. Despite these pronouncements, Iranian officials, including Iran’s judiciary, have failed to provide any legal justification for the opposition figures’ continuing arbitrary detention under house arrest. The UN bodies have repeatedly called on the Iranian government to release the three opposition figures, declaring their detention arbitrary and unlawful. On 11 February, three UN Special Rapporteurs called for the immediate release of Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karoubi and their family members and hundreds of other prisoners of conscience who remain in prison for peacefully exercising their rights to freedom of opinion and expression, or freedom of association and assembly. In August 2012, the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, a body of five independent experts acting under the UN Human Rights Council, issued an opinion that the detentions are “arbitrary (and thus prohibited),” and recommended that the Iranian government release the detainees immediately and compensate them for their wrongful imprisonment. In September 2011, the UN Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances initiated urgent investigations to determine the fate of the opposition figures, whose whereabouts were unknown at the time. Other UN officials and bodies, including the Secretary General, the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Iran, the Human Rights Council, and the General Assembly have also characterized the house arrests as arbitrary detention and called for the detainees’ immediate release. “If authorities had evidence showing that these opposition figures had committed a serious crime they should have charged and prosecuted them in a fair and transparent manner quite some time ago,” Ebadi said. “The fact that they have failed to do so for two years is a clear indication that they have no such evidence and that the continuing house arrest of these three critics is politically motivated.”As Iran prepares for new presidential elections on June 14, 2013, hundreds of opposition figures and critics of the government, as well as journalists, students, lawyers and other human rights defenders, remain in imprison. Many were arrested in the government’s post-2009 election crackdown and sentenced after televised show trials in which they were shown “confessing” to vaguely-worded national security ‘crimes,’ including supporting a “velvet revolution.” Since January 26, Iran’s security and intelligence forces have initiated a new wave of arrests against journalists accused of having “connections” to foreign media, apparently in an effort to silence dissent prior to the presidential election. “Thirty-four years after the establishment of an Islamic Republic founded upon the principles of freedom and justice, jails in Iran today are overflowing with hundreds of political prisoners, including prisoners of conscience, many of them ordinary Iranians whose only crime was to speak out,” said Ebadi. Ebadi and the six rights groups called on Iranian authorities to release immediately and unconditionally everyone detained for exercising their rights to freedom of expression, assembly, or association, and to cooperate with UN human rights bodies with a view to improving the current rights situation in Iran. Follow the news on Iran Iran: Press freedom violations recounted in real time January 2020 Call for Iranian New Year pardons for Iran’s 21 imprisoned journalists After Hengameh Shahidi’s pardon, RSF asks Supreme Leader to free all imprisoned journalists RSF_en Organisation IranMiddle East – North Africa June 9, 2021 Find out more News News News Help by sharing this information February 25, 2021 Find out more
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New Canaan Police Department(NEW YORK) — A friend of Fotis Dulos pleaded not guilty Thursday to conspiracy to commit murder charges in connection to the disappearance of Dulos’ wife, Jennifer Dulos.Jennifer Dulos went missing in May 2019 amid a custody dispute with her estranged husband.Fotis Dulos died by apparent suicide in January, weeks after he was charged with Jennifer Dulos’ murder.Kent Mawhinney, a friend of Fotis Dulos and an attorney himself, was charged with conspiracy to commit murder in January.Fotis Dulos’ girlfriend told police Fotis Dulos was meeting with Mawhinney at the time Jennifer Dulos disappeared, and according to an arrest warrant, Mawhinney gave conflicting statements to police about his contact with Fotis Dulos.Mawhinney wore a tan jumpsuit and shackles to his brief court hearing Thursday. His attorney did not comment after the appearance. Mawhinney is set to return to court on March 31.Fotis Dulos’ girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, is also charged with conspiracy to commit murder and has pleaded not guilty. She is next due in court on March 4. Jennifer Dulos’ body has never been found.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
A region by region look at working in HR in the UK. This month we look atthe MidlandsEdited by Ross Wigham e-mail: [email protected] right mix keeps the Midlands centre stageThe Midlands region covers a hugearea of the country containing a diverse range of people, towns and cities.Because of the scope of the area most government bodies andreports split the region into East and West, as both have separate economicdevelopment agencies.According to the Government Office for the West Midlands thearea accounts for 9 per cent of the country’s population with around 5.3million residents. Of this Birmingham has by far the largest number of peoplewith around 2.5 million living there.The West Midlands contributed £63.5bn to the UK’s grossdomestic profit in 1999 with manufacturing still the largest industry in thearea. The current unemployment rate is 5.6 per cent or 144,000people, which represents a slight fall from a year ago.This year has seen a sharp rise in the number of service,agriculture and construction jobs, but as in other parts of the countrymanufacturing employment has been hit hard.The East Midlands has a population of just under 4.2 million,although just under 40 per cent live in towns of under 10,000, making it one ofthe UK’s more rural areas. The area has a wide variety of different industriesalthough rates of growth lag behind the UK, with wide variations in economicperformance across the region.The level of unemployment as of September 2003 is below thenational average at 4.6 per cent or 98,000 people. The seasonally adjustedclaimant count rate in September 2003 was 2.9 per cent, unchanged from August2003, and up 0.1 percentage point since September 2002. John Kenny, a change manager at Boots and chair of theLeicestershire branch of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Developmentsays the area has a good mix of employers and sectors.”Apart from the public sector there isn’t one hugeemployer so that means there are lots of different types of roles available.”There’s a reasonably stable jobs market and althoughthere are some skills shortages it’s nothing on the scale of the problem in theSouth East,” he explains.Kenny says that although the whole transport infrastructure isideal for staff who travel around the country, the local road network does needupdating.The large number of universities that are based in the Midlandsregion take in thousands of students every year and produces a massive supplyof graduates including those with masters degrees in HR.Kenny says the demand for HR courses and the popularity of therole is increasing across the region.”All the courses we offer are normally fully subscribedand HR as a career choice is becoming more popular. It seems that theprofession is becoming more attractive as a career and there are lots ofopportunities to find work, especially at a junior level,” he says.Living in the regionEducation: The Midlands has animpressive list of universities which prove popular with both British andEuropean students alike, because of their location in the centre of thecountry. At school level, class sizes are below average in the East Midlands,although pupil/teacher ratios are slightly higher than the national average andthe number of successful students at GCSE level (A-C) is also lower than the UKstandard. In the West Midlands class sizes are closer to the average, althoughGCSE passes are still below the UK average. Transport: The region is a traffichotspot with an average daily motor flow of 87,000 (compared to an average of80,700 across England). However the same report from the Office for NationalStatistics shows that it takes the majority of people less than 20 minutes toget to work. Aside from the this, the area has superb transport links,including major rail stations and Birmingham International and East Midlandsairports. Culture/lifestyle: Being in the centre of the countryhas obvious benefits for travel and work with the ability to get to most partsof the country quickly an obvious bonus. Apart from this, the legendarySherwood Forest (home of Robin Hood) is known throughout the world. The areahas a diverse mix of small market towns, rural villages and Birmingham,Britain’s second city, and has more canals than Venice.Housing: House prices across the Midlands outperformedthe average UK growth across all types of property. Parts of both the East andWest Midlands have also been highlighted as hot property areas by Nationwide.The latest figures show overall growth of more than 20 per cent, with anaverage price of £118,028 In the east and 126,888 in the west. A flat in theregion costs around £82,312 (East) or £81,495 (West) with larger semi-detachedhomes costing £106,753 (East) £121,615 (West).Company profileWragge & CoStaff: 1,000Based: BirminghamThe Midlands-based law firm has been in the UK’s second citysince its formation more than 150 years ago. Partner Jonathan Chamberlain hasworked there for about five years and says he wouldn’t swap it for anywhereelse.”As an area it’s a lot of fun and there’s an excellentworking atmosphere,” he explains.The main office is right in the heart of the city centre andChamberlain claims the location makes the working day much more convenient foremployees.”I used to work in London, but having moved here I thinkBirmingham is a fantastic place to work. It’s a large city, but on a much morehuman level than London.”It’s also much more convenient than being in a businesspark because you have all the amenities, including world-class shoppingfacilities a few minutes from your desk,” he says.The transport infrastructure is also far better than elsewhereand Chamberlain can now do a 25-mile trek to work in less time than it used totake him to get from North to central London.”The quality of life is far better and although we getpaid less than those in London, you can’t put a price on that.”Move here for…LocationRight in the middle of the country it’s perfectly located forpeople that travel around Britain.Asian culture Places like Birmingham and Leicester offer huge culturaldiversity.FootballBirmingham, Aston Villa, Leicester and Wolves are all in thePremier League while the West Bromwich Albion team is riding high in divisionone. But beware of…The coastOr rather the lack of it. Beach lovers will be disappointed asmost of the region is landlocked.StudentsIf the thought of staying in bed until three in the afternoonor paying for a pint with a cheque offends you stay away. The region has a hugestudent population.HR contacts and local informationLeicestershire CIPD http://branchwebs.cipd.co.uk/leicester/Birmingham CIPD http://branchwebs.cipd.co.uk/birmingham/Nottingham and Derbyshire CIPD http://branchwebs.cipd.co.uk/derby/East Midlands Socpo regional chair [email protected] Midlands Socpo [email protected] directors club www.hrdirectorsclub.com Careerfocus – MidlandsOn 18 Nov 2003 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article