Ayudar a Omar Khadr, anteriormente detenido en Guantánamo, a reinsertarse en la sociedad
1 de Octubre de 2012
Ayudar a Omar Khadr, anteriormente detenido en Guantánamo, a reinsertarse en la sociedad

(Toronto) – El gobierno de Canadádebe rehabilitar y reinsertar en la sociedad al ex niño soldado Omar Khadr y procurar reparar los abusos que sufrió durante la década que permaneció bajo custodia de Estados Unidos, señaló hoy Human Rights Watch.<

Military Commission Trials to Resume
8 de Marzo de 2011
Military Commission Trials to Resume
A Blueprint for Dismantling Guantanamo
13 de Marzo de 2009
A Blueprint for Dismantling Guantanamo

On his second full day in office, President Barack Obama signed an executive order calling for the military detention facility at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, to be closed within a year. The question is, how? Will the Obama administration insist that all detainees be either prosecuted or released, as Human Rights Watch and other groups have recommended?

3 de Enero de 2009

PRESIDENT-ELECT Barack Obama has said he'll close the US detention center at Guantanamo Bay. The question is how. If the government has evidence that Guantanamo detainees have committed crimes, it should put them on trial in the federal courts, just like other suspected criminals. Those the government chooses not to prosecute should be safely repatriated or released.

Recommendations for President-Elect Barack Obama
16 de Noviembre de 2008

Over the past seven years, the US government’s consistent disregard for human rights in fighting terrorism has diminished America’s moral authority, set a negative example for other governments, and undermined the goal of reducing anti-American militancy around the world.

During its Consideration of the Third to Fifth Periodic Reports of the United States of America CAT 53rd Session
20 de Octubre de 2014
During its Consideration of the Third to Fifth Periodic Reports of the United States of America CAT 53rd Session

 

Human Rights Watch would like to express its appreciation to the United Nations

28 de Agosto de 2014

In any normal case, in any ordinary court, judges hold preliminary hearings to narrow the issues and move the case closer to trial. But there is nothing ordinary about the prosecution of the five men accused of plotting the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. And the military commission at Guantanamo Bay, where the case is being heard, is no ordinary court.

27 de Agosto de 2014

The Honorable Charles Hagel

Secretary of Defense

 

July 17, 2014

Dear Mr. Secretary,

وتسقط تهمتين من أصل ثلاث في إدانة بإحدى قضايا غوانتانامو
15 de Julio de 2014
وتسقط تهمتين من أصل ثلاث في إدانة بإحدى قضايا غوانتانامو

(نيويورك) ـ الحكم الصادر من إحدى محاكم الاستئناف الأمريكية في 14 يوليو/تموز 2014 وجه ضربة قاصمة إلى شرعية اللجان العسكرية و ينبغي أن يثني إدارة أوباما عن مواصلة استخدام تلك اللجان لملاحقة المشتبه بهم في قضايا الإرهاب.

Vacates 2 of 3 Charges in Guantanamo Conviction
15 de Julio de 2014
Vacates 2 of 3 Charges in Guantanamo Conviction

(New York) – A US appeals court’s ruling on July 14, 2014, has dealt a major blow to the legitimacy of military commissions and should dissuade the Obama administration from further using the commissions to prosecute terrorism suspects, Human Rights Watch said today.