Since the outbreak of the conflict, Mwatana for Human Rights has documented hundreds of incidents of enforced disappearance by all parties to the conflict in various regions of Yemen. Mwatana also provided legal support to hundreds of victims of this violation and contributed to revealing the fate of dozens. "Enforced disappearance" refers to the arrest, detention, abduction, or any other form of deprivation of liberty committed by State agents, persons, or groups of individuals acting with the permission, support, or consent of the State. This is followed by a refusal to acknowledge the deprivation of a person's liberty or to conceal the fate or whereabouts of the disappeared person, thereby removing the person from the protection of the law.
A NEW REPORT TO THE UN HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
Providing Data on 12,500 Incidents in its First Version
He was transferred from Yemen to Saudi Arabia, According to Officials.
A Call to the Ansar Allah (Houthi) Armed Group to Immediately Release the Forcibly Disappeared Baha’is
A story of an elderly man and grandson at the Security Department of Taiz
All Parties to the Conflict Must Reveal the Fates of Hundreds Who Have Been Forcibly Disappeared Amidst the Ongoing Conflict and All Previous Conflict Cycles
The Attorney General in Aden Must Exert his Legal Jurisdiction to Safeguard Civilian Female Victims