Human Rights Update from ( 9 July to 15 July, 2019)

Human Rights Update from ( 9 July to 15 July, 2019)

(9 July, 2019), The Criminal court, controlled by The Houthi group in Sana’a sentenced 30 detainees  to death, within its trail to 36 prisoners.  (10 July, 2019), The teaching staff at Taiz University demanded in a protest to halt the attacks and threats against their...
Human Rights Updates from ( 25 June to 1 July, 2019)

Human Rights Updates from ( 25 June to 1 July, 2019)

Local sources reported that a woman and a child were killed and other civilians were seriously injured after a mortar shell was fired by the Houthi group and targeted the house of a displaced family in Hayes city.    (26 June, 2019), A girl was injured as a result of...
Recruitment is a grave violation of children’s rights

Recruitment is a grave violation of children’s rights

Naim was waiting for her son to come back after his disappearance three months earlier, however, he came back dead, wrapped in a white cloth. Naim’s son isn’t the only teenager who was used by the Houthi group as a soldier to fight and that came back to...
Human Rights Updates from ( 18 June to 24 June, 2019)

Human Rights Updates from ( 18 June to 24 June, 2019)

(18 June, 2019), Public report: more than 2,700 civilians were killed by the Houthi group in Taiz governorate between March 2015 and mid May 2019.   (19 June, 2019), A child was killed and his brother injured by remnants of a Houthi mine that exploded when they passed...
Human Rights Updates from ( 11 June to 17 June, 2019)

Human Rights Updates from ( 11 June to 17 June, 2019)

(11 June, 2019), A civilian was injured by a bullet fired by a Houthi sniper in Hayes area, south of Hodeida.    (12June, 2019), 26 civilians were injured when a cruise missile was fired by the Houthi group at Abha airport in Saudi Arabia.   (13 June, 2019), A...
Number of child laborers on the increase in Yemen

Number of child laborers on the increase in Yemen

The war has pushed many children to work and support their families instead of going to school. Osama Saied, a 13-year-old child, works in a market all night and carries heavy goods since his family is at risk of starvation. The Minister of Social Affairs and Labor,...