However, has it is witnessed, this open door policy that Kenya has maintained with Somalia has contributed to a threat to Kenya’s’ own national security and a weakness in its sovereignty. The paper will discuss the role and obligation that Kenya has in protecting refugees under the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) tripartite agreement it signed with Somalia and other
But, are stopped from doing so because of the country they were born in. These women are trying to find some type of romance utilizing their own natural beauty and sexual appeal. However, Somalia being war-torn county many of them are rapped or betrayed by the ones they trusted. Those who flee the country in fear are further scrutinized in other
Although Nigeria has now attained liberation, the civil leaders continue to overpower and suspend the human rights of the people to magnify their power. Countries such as Sudan and Zimbabwe have been described to experience server human rights violations daily. Kenya has shocking statics relating to human rights violations in the country. These violations have come about despite the various declarations and charters intended to protect and support human rights in Africa and
After World War Two, there was a rise of Somali nationalism which ultimately led to Somalia’s independence from Italy and Britain in 1960. This movement began with the educated elite who lived in the urban cities. They believed in national unity and the rejection of the system of clans- pan Somalia. In 1960, the two former colonised territories, Somaliland and southern Somalia, came together to create a national assembly that would elect a President. The President would then appoint a Prime Minister who would form a cabinet.
Parallel to various diplomatic efforts, the State controlled DPRK Association for Human Rights Studies published a report of more than 90 pages in September 2014 via the official Korean Central News Agency, rebutting COI’s report. This constituted a very surprising step that had no precedent, although the report states mostly legal texts and does not offer an objective overview of the human rights situation in the country. These various actions over the last months however give the impression that the regime is concerned about the growing international outcry, especially since the publication of the COI’s report. The COI has concluded that the human rights violations committed
The north region of Somalia is almost entirely mountainous from east to west due to the Karkaar Mountain range, which it shares with Ethiopia. The average elevation of the mountain range is about 1,950 meters with its highest point, Shimber Berris, at 2,407 meters. The terrain in the south mainly consists of plateaus and plains where it meets with the Indian Ocean. The river Jubba and the Shabelle are the only two main rivers that make up the main source of water for the people and animals in the entire country. The country of Somalia lies on the equator, leaving it with not much seasonal variation and with some of the highest average temperatures anywhere in the world.
It works closely with governments and NGO’s to protect human trafficking victims. EFFECTIVENESS In just 21 years this fund has managed to support more than 460 projects in nearly 100 countries which have helped tens of thousands of human trafficking and slavery victims. Projects have established rescue centres for women and children of forced marriages, family reunification and reintegration; making it one of the most efficient and responsive non- legal efforts to protect the victims of human trafficking and slavery. However, is lacks financial funding; relying on the donations of governments and individuals. B) THE UNITED NATIONS GLOBAL INITIATIVE TO FIGHT HUMAN TRAFFICKING (UN.
The weak government does not able to settle in Mogadishu, from that time, started a coalition of armed religious groups which was there aim to fight what they called the unbelievers, many of them they got financial supports from Eretria which was against the Ethiopian interfere to Somalia. In 2006, the armed religious groups changed their names to Union of Islamic courts, this united courts their aims was to remove the war lords in Mogadishu, after long battle they succeeded to eliminated those war criminals, after several negotiations held in Qatar, Djibouti and Sudan between them and the government it became unsuccessful. After two years, one of the key leaders of the religious groups became the president of Somalia, Sharif Ahmed elected in Nairobi. In 2013, a new coalition of religious movement started in Somalia, named Dam-Jadiid which means the new blood, a separated branch of the Islah movement of Muslim
United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) is an intergovernmental body that addresses situations of human rights violations. The UNHRC strengthens the protection and promotion of human rights worldwide. It was established to be able to replace the previous CHR. The previous CHR was criticised because it allowed countries that had poor human rights to be members of the committee. The General Assembly established the UNHRC.
The violation of human rights was mostly due to the civil war between north and south tension, the Darfur conflict involving the Arab people in the Darfur region due to the fact that the elite in the country were mostly the Arabs with good lands and economic prosperity and control over the government, southern Kordofan and Blue Nile states issues. Comprehensive Peace Agreement interim that was signed in 2005 that was to end the rift between the north and south had promised to include human rights commitments in their bill of rights as part of its work too. The CPA work come to an end immediately after South Sudan was declared independent and with this statement the rate of human rights violation increased in both sides of the new boarder formed.