December, 10th of every year marks the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations in 1948.

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December, 10th of every year marks the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations in 1948.

Imouhagh International Organization for Justice and transparency is one of the human rights organizations that pursues justice for all the oppressed people’s in the world. Therefore, the organisation shares with all human rights activists concerns on human rights violations, the growing level of hatred and extrajudicial killings. Unfortunately, most of these human rights violations are often carried out by member of States which usually are genuine members of the United Nations and signatories to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Imouhag International on this remarkable occasion expresses its concern about the systematic killings in several areas of Tuareg regions that have been happened throughout 2020 which have been faced with the absence of international condemnations for these horrific crimes, as well as the pursuit of perpetrators.

Immohag International takes this occasion to inform the Tuareg community to the need for cohesion, the defence of rights and stability so that perpetrators, whether these are national armies or extremist groups, cannot easily commit their crimes without being punished and brought to justice. Imouhag International reminds the United Nations and all human rights organizations of the need to join efforts in the field of human rights and to support organizations that are fighting for a better world which values the value of the human soul.

Imouhagh International for Justice and transparency is a human rights non-governmental organization that is primarily focuses on the defence of Tuareg rights and provides annual reports and many other useful materials on this regard. Last but not least, the organisation had succeed to translate the Universal Declaration of Human Rights into Tiffinagh's script to help and promote culture of rights and to enable an important community of indigenous communities to read the Universal Declaration of Rights in their own language .

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