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Date :  2018-01-17
Language :  Spanish
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Condenadas al silencio: la situación de las mujeres defensoras de derechos humanos en Arabia Saudita

Author :  FIDH


Lejos de la furia mediática suscitada por el anuncio de reformas simbólicas como el decreto que autoriza (finalmente) a las mujeres saudíes a conducir en septiembre de 2017, el nuevo informe publicado hoy por el Observatorio para la Protección de los defensores de los derechos humanos (EN) (una asociación FIDH-OMCT) arroja luz sobre la situación escandalosa de las defensoras de los derechos humanos de las mujeres saudíes, que continúan enfrentando restricciones significativas sobre sus derechos. Sometidas como mujeres a un régimen patriarcal dedicado a la desigualdad de género, y confrontadas con un contexto ultra-represivo en contra de cualquier voz divergente, las mujeres que denuncian públicamente la violencia doméstica sufrida por mujeres activistas reciben una represión implacable. Sin poder constituirse en movimiento o asociaciones, se refugian en las redes sociales.
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