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Take back the streets" : Repression and criminalization of protest around the world

2013

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It is the tool of the poor and the in Kenya, and Éva Simon and Tamás Szigeti (former Head and Associate of Political marginalized – those who do not have ready access to the levers of power and Freedoms Program, HCLU) prepared the 2011 submissions to the Hungarian Court on influence, those who need to take to the streets to make their voices heard. [...] The deaths and Legal Resources Centre demonstrate how the very existence of laws regulating the injuries are caused both by the use of firearms with live ammunition, and also through exercise of the right to protest can facilitate the denial of rights and discrimination. [...] It is the tool of the poor and the Freedoms Program, HCLU) prepared the 2011 submissions to the Hungarian Court on marginalized – those who do not have ready access to the levers of power and behalf of the Hungarian Pride March. [...] The media began to broadcast images of police beatings and footage of bloodied protesters being assisted by paramedics, and as news spread about the protest, the size of the crowd outside the Capitol Building swelled to thousands. [...] Legislatively, the military law that applies to the territory (Military Order 101) prohibits As one of the organizers of the Nabi Saleh protests and coordinator of the village’s popular virtually all protest activity, including vigils, processions, publications, and even personal committee, Tamimi has been the target of harsh treatment by the Israeli army.

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government politics crime criminal justice administrative detention arrest civil law criminal law government information justice law law enforcement political persecution protest movements court judiciary trial (court) fundamental rights excessive force police brutality aclu nadeau-dubois bill 78 tamimi police violence bassem tamimi riot squad bassem al-tamimi

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