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Transparency Maldives is organizing the 2nd Human Rights Conference in December 2017. Our main theme for this year will be the ‘Impact of Violent Crime on Right to Life and Dignity’. We invite human rights activists, legal professionals, state and non state actors working within the criminal justice system, university students, lecturers, religious scholars or anyone impacted by violent crime to be part of this conference and work towards creating  a civiil society declaration calling for the sanctity of the right to life.

It  is a unique opportunity to make your voice heard. If you want to be part of this conference please fill in the attach application form with a brief abstract of your presentation and your details.

More details are available on the Concept Note: download/view
Download the application form here.

For further details please call:
Ahmed Tholal, Senior Project Coordinator, Transparency Maldives
T: + 960 330 4017  |  F: +960 300 6062  |  M: +960 7967600
Email: ahmed.tholal@transparencymaldives.org 

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Yameed Rasheed stood for justice, human rights, equality and anti-corruption. But most importantly he stood for his best friend Ahmed Rilwan (@moyameeha) who was abducted three years ago. He spoke volumes through his writings and inspired many through his ideals. He raged against apathy and fostered courage and hope. On 23rd April 2017, he was murdered on the stairwell of his home.But contrary to what the killers intended, the strongest and bravest voice for justice will not be silenced. His passion will not be killed. His ideals will not be erased and his hopes will not go unrealized.

This issue of the Transparency Review is dedicated to Yameen Rasheed.

View/Download the digest here

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Read and download the joint statement by Transparency Maldives and Maldivian Democracy Network condemning the rejection of the letters submitted by Yameen Rasheed’s family to Maldives Police Service. The letters call for a credible investigation into the brutal murder of Yameen Rasheed and the forced disappearance of Ahmed Rilwan.

Download the letter here