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ACHR participation in HOUSE OF LORDS SELF-DETERMINATION conference

An Ahwazi delegation from Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights (ACHR) has participated in the ‘CONFLICT RESOLUTION THROUGH SELF-DETERMINATION’ conference that been held in London’s house of Lords on the 26th of April 2016.

The conference called by Parliamentarians for Self-determination and chaired by MP Nazir Ahmed and Supported by Mr. Ranjit in Palace of Westminster (House of Lords, British parliament) and attendance has discussed the importance of self determination for the nations who are struggling for their legitimate rights through United Nations charters and conventions.

MPs from Labour, Liberal Democrat, Conservative and Scottish National Party also participated and spoken about how the Scotland has peacefully and democratically went through self-Determination vote in 2014 and MPs emphases on the British responsibility to takeover the human rights violations, oppressions and injustice from the British colonised territories and bringing back the control of the land to its indigenous people.

Among attendance Mr Graham Williamson, chair of Nation without states who spoke about Sikhs, Tamil, South Azerbaijani, Baloch nations who are struggling for their self-determination and similar to East Timor and South Soudan countries that got their rights back, all oppressed nations in the world could get their legitimate rights back.

Ahwazi Arab delegation made from executive director of Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights (ACHR) and Ali Moramazi from Ahwazi Democratic Popular Front and Ahmad Mola from the Arab Struggle Movement for the Liberation of Al-Ahwaz has participated in the conference and there were two speeches for Ahwazi delegation about Ahwazi human rights violations and from political aspect.

Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights

14-05-2016

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