[Vredeslijst] Vredeslijst Verzamelmail, Volume 19, Nummer 9

Geert-amok geartb op xs4all.nl
Ma Jun 22 12:52:48 CEST 2015

Moi, Ali,

stuur jij het bericht rond in het IHHO?-netwerk? 
Er zitten vast wel wat mensen bij dei karel hebben meegemaakt.


At 12:13 20-6-2015, Ali Jansen wrote:

>  Beste mensen,
>Ik las vanmorgen in Trouw dat Karel Koster 
>donderdag jl. is overleden op 63 jarige leeftijd.
>(klein berichtje op pagina 2).Het is belangrijk 
>om daar een bericht over  via de Vredeslijst te verspreiden.
>Karel heeft met zijn grote kennis over de 
>kernwapens wereldwijd veel betekent in de strijd 
>tegen deze allesvernietigende wapens.
>Vredesgroet, Ali Jansen
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>>Onderwerpen van vandaag:
>>    1. War Resisters' Ínternational steunt mensenrechtenactivisten
>>       in Venezuela (vredesnieuws op vredesmedia.nl)
>>Message: 1
>>Date: Fri, 19 Jun 2015 18:36:39 +0200 (CEST)
>>From: vredesnieuws op vredesmedia.nl
>>To: vredeslijst op ddh.nl
>>Subject: War Resisters' Ínternational steunt mensenrechtenactivisten
>>  in Venezuela
>>Message-ID: <20150619163639.2795F2031A op web.ddh.nl>
>>De overheid van Venezuela brengt 
>>mensenrechtenactivisten, waaronder meerdere 
>>WRI-leden, in gevaar door o.a. hun reisgegevens 
>>te publiceren. Het bestuur van de WRI heeft een 
>>verklaring uitgegeven waarin wordt opgeroepen 
>>de activisten te steunen 
>>War Resisters' International (WRI) is concerned 
>>for the safety of its members and of their 
>>fellow human rights defenders in Venezuela.
>>On 13 May the President of the National 
>>Assembly, Diosdado Cabello, publicly shared 
>>details of the travel arrangements of WRI 
>>member Rafael Uzcátegui from the Venezuelan 
>>Programa Venezolano de Educación-Acción en 
>>Derechos Humanos (Program for Education and 
>>Action on Human Rights - PROVEA), as well as 
>>those of Carlos Correa from Espacio Público 
>>(Public Space). The information was shared in 
>>Diosdado Cabello's weekly television show "Con 
>>el Mazo Dando". On this programme the work of 
>>human rights defenders is regularly questioned 
>>and details of their whereabouts are shared. 
>>The president of Venezuela, Nicholas Maduro, 
>>has described NGO workers who criticise the 
>>government as 'bandits', and called for the 
>>production of a documentary to be broadcast on 
>>television exposing the 'truth' about the work of human rights organisations.
>>Among other details, on "Con el Mazo Dando" 
>>Diosdado Cabello announced that Rafael 
>>Uzcátegui and Carlos Correa were travelling to 
>>Chile to meet the former coordinator of PROVEA. 
>>This information had only been shared in 
>>private online communications, so there is 
>>cause to believe these communications are being monitored by the authorities.
>>Sharing such information puts Rafael, Carlos, 
>>and their friends and colleagues at risk. It 
>>arms militant government sympathizers with the 
>>information they would need to intimidate or attack them.
>>Government officials targeting individual 
>>civilians in this way is a cowardly tactic. It 
>>is an objectionable use of power - the 
>>provocateurs have information and a means of 
>>spreading it quickly, whilst at the same time 
>>being able to wash their hands of any 
>>repercussions, because they did not directly 
>>order any assailants to act. In fact, the blame 
>>for any harm that comes to Rafael, Carlos and 
>>others that "Con el Mazo Dando" puts at risk 
>>should be lain directly at their door.
>>WRI has a long track record of speaking out 
>>against all forms of violence and injustice by 
>>different states, and acting in solidarity with 
>>nonviolent activists all over the world.
>>WRI know PROVEA to be an organisation 
>>consistently and thoroughly investigating 
>>abuses of power. We have collaborated over some 
>>years and PROVEA hosted a WRI delegation in 
>>2013. Over time, we have noted with sadness 
>>growing suspicion and intimidation towards 
>>human rights groups, as well as the increasing militarisation of Venezuela.
>>This incident is the latest in a line of 
>>attempts to smear and frighten human rights groups, including PROVEA.
>>In 2013, WRI released a statement in support of 
>>PROVEA following a verbal attack against them 
>>by the then minister for Communication and 
>>Information Ernesto Villegas. Earlier this 
>>year, Rafael Uzcátegui and Carlos Correa were 
>>part of a group of twelve human rights 
>>defenders that were harassed and intimidated at 
>>the airport in Caracas on their return from 
>>participating in hearings of the Inter-American 
>>Commission of Human Rights. Days earlier, 
>>details of their return flight have been shared on "Con el Mazo Dando".
>>The campaign to delegitimise organisations 
>>independent of government in Venezuela must 
>>stop. Personal attacks and breaches of privacy 
>>violate human rights, are undemocratic and unjust.
>>Those who expose human rights abuses - whoever 
>>perpetrates them - are crucial for transparent 
>>and just communities. Nonviolent societies are 
>>built on the back of freedom of speech and 
>>active grassroots bodies who remind those in 
>>power that they derive their authority from the 
>>consent of the people. PROVEA and Espacio 
>>Público should be given space to carry out 
>>their work, and government and other civic 
>>bodies should engage with the results of their investigations.
>>We urge those in sympathy with this statement 
>>to use Amnesty International's Urgent Action 
>>alert to write to the Vice President, Sr. Jorge 
>>Arreaza, Attorney General of the Republic Dra. 
>>Luisa Ortega Díaz and Ombudsman Tarek William 
>>Saab. Find it here in English 
>>You can also send messages of solidarity to 
>>Rafael Uzcátegui and Carlos Correa, through the 
>>WRI office. Send them care of info op wri-irg.org
>>War Resisters' International Executive Committee
>>June 2015
>>Bron: WRI
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