RALF SALLAM BOOKS

Emergency International Code

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ISBN; 978-0995782501

The establishment of each State’s Human Rights own mechanism instead of general international community standards, would certainly lead to the weakening of the human rights Guaranties.

The misuses of the emergency legislation including States of Emergency and Counter-terrorism measures presents an urgent demand for more cooperation between States and the international human rights bodies to prevent Human Rights violations.

There is an urgent need for innovative procedures that would require collective responsibility, starting from the legislative authority, to the social and and political International forces.

The Book will be available on the 20th of April 2018.

The book is Published in 350 pages Hardcover.

 This Book is exclusively distributed by the European African Human Rights organization EAHRO free of charge.

http://www.eahro.org


Egypt Freedom of Expression Between Emergency and Suppression

ISBN; 978-0956346681

This book examines some cases of Egyptian Citizens, especially, activists and journalists, who have been arrested and tried by exceptional courts for expressing freely their opinions.

The writer of this Book was inspired by the story of the Egyptian11-years old boy Mazen, who was arrested for carrying a banner, on which was written “No for the Military Regime”, while participating in a demonstration in Hosary district near Cairo.
Mazen was sent to the Police detention center, where he was severely beaten and tortured with electric shocks.

his young age and weak body could not bear all that. On the 23th of April 2014 Mazen died in custody.

The book recommends that International Human Rights Standards should be respected by the Egyptian regime.

The Book is Available in 204 Pages, Paperback .

 This Book is exclusively distributed by the European African Human Rights organization EAHRO free of charge.

http://www.eahro.org


The Bulgarian Flower

ISBN; 978-0995782518

The Novel recount the story of a Bulgarian Girl living in western Europe during Communism.

The Novel is Available in 360 Pages, Paperback.

  This Novel is exclusively distributed by the European African Human Rights organization EAHRO free of charge.

http://www.eahro.org

 

 

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