EuroMed Rights works on establishing international solidarity with Algerian human rights defenders and enhancing coordination and cooperation between members and partners through joint actions. The programme focuses in particular on the following issues: freedom of expression, peaceful assembly, media, women’s rights, the rule of law and trade unionists’ rights.
In 2022, EuroMed Rights continued its focus on increasing collaboration between members and relevant civil society actors in Algeria, as well as establishing working connections with other international NGOs. The creation of the Algeria Solidarity Group, composed of Algerian and European associations, trade unions and lawyers, is good example of the importance of solidarity when civil society is stifled and needs support from the outside.
UN Special Rapporteur’s visit to Algeria: a renewed opportunity for reform and release of imprisoned activists
The Algerian authorities should end their crackdown on fundamental rights and freedoms and release all human rights defenders and activists who unjustly languish in jail, said 12 NGOs today, ahead
2.357. This is the number of people – men, women and children – who have gone missing in the Mediterranean since the beginning of 2023. In ten years, more than