- Al Jazeera English and State of Qatar accused of violating rights of South African journalist living with HIV
- South African delegation to International Labour Organization (ILO) requested to file complaint against State of Qatar
On the eve of World AIDS Day 2011, SECTION27 invites you to a media conference that will provide details about how international TV news channel, Al Jazeera English, acted in concert with its owner, the State of Qatar, to violate the rights of a senior South African journalist.
Date: Wednesday, 30 November 2011
Venue: SECTION27, 6th floor, Braamfontein Centre, 23 Jorissen Street, Braamfontein
At the conference we will report on how SECTION27 plans to ensure that the ILO compels Qatar to abide by its international law obligations.
The case involves unfair discrimination on the basis of HIV status, as well as severe violations of the rights to dignity, privacy, freedom and security of the person, and freedom from cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment. Further details will be provided at the press briefing.
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