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Promote Human Rights

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Promote Civil and Political Rights

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Protect Economic, Social and Cultural rights

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Jenny Dakosta Van Mputu is a Congolese national born in Kinshasa on December 25, 1975. He is a human rights activist and defender, and his aim is to defend the fundamental rights of any person or a group of people in the Democratic Republic of Congo through the “No Impunity for the Congolese State” organization (NICS). NICS will seek to promote and protect civil and political rights as well as protecting and implementing economic and cultural rights.

NICS intends to defend fundamental rights as diverse as the right to life, food and water, the highest attainable standard of health, adequate housing, the right to a name and nationality, education, freedom of movement and non-discrimination. NICS intends to intervene in different but fundamentally connected situations: summary executions; torture; arbitrary arrest, deportation or detention; female genital mutiliation; employment problems; barriers to accessing health care; and toxic waste and its effects on the women, children, indigenous peoples, refugees and displaced persons, as well as national, linguistic or sexual minorites.

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BLACK LIVES MATTER

Dear friends, allow me to present to you my analyses which I have just drawn on which I have drawn a table, on the forms of the arrests of people of two skin colors in Read more…

Government Handling of Coronavirus

Dear friend, It is inexcusable. The Prime Minister has just hinted that he was unaware that the policies of his own government, which left tens of thousands of families on temporary visas in extreme poverty, Read more…

COVID-19 Lockdown in the UK

Dear Friend, It’s a massive slap in the face. Boris Johnson’s top adviser Dominic Cummings flouted his own government’s lockdown rules – driving from London to Durham and back after he and his family developed Read more…

STATEMENT n° 001/ONGDH/NICS-HR/B-E/30-01-2019The non-governmental Human Rights organisation “No Impunity for the Congolese State (NICS-HR)”declares the following with regard to the peaceful and civilised transfer of power in the DemocraticRepublic of Congo:

Publish by Jenny Dakosta Van Mputu, STATEMENT n° 001/ONGDH/NICS-HR/B-E/30-01-2019The non-governmental Human Rights organisation “No Impunity for the Congolese State (NICS-HR)”declares the following with regard to the peaceful and civilised transfer of power in the DemocraticRepublic Read more…

SPEECH BY THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF NICS-HR.

Dear fellow human rights defenders; Dear distinguished personalities in your respective titles and qualities, The non-governmental organization: No Impunity for the Congolese State (NICS-HR in acronym) is a non-profit association of philanthropic and apolitical nature Read more…

RDC : l’embarrassante affaire des 15 millions

Pour son implication présumée dans la disparition d’environ 15 millions de dollars des caisses de l’Etat, Vital Kamerhe apparaît désormais comme un handicap pour le président congolais. Vital Kamerhe, le directeur du président Félix Tshisekedi Read more…

RDC: Vital Kamerhe visé à l’Assemblée nationale

( Republished from,  https://www.politico.cd/ Le député national de l’opposition a adressé une question orale écrite au puissant directeur de cabinet du président Félix Tshisekedi pour s’expliquer devant l’Assemblée nationale sur des accusations de détournements qui pleuvent Read more…

Germain Katanga is a former leader of the Patriotic Resistance Force in Ituri (FRPI), an armed group in the Ituri Province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) On 17 October 2007, the Congolese authorities surrendered him to the International Criminal Court (ICC) to stand trial on six counts of war crimes and three counts of crimes against humanity.

Germain Katanga (French pronunciation: ​[ʒɛʁmɛ̃ katɑ̃ɡa]; born 28 April 1978), also known as Simba (pronounced [sɛ̃ba]), is a former leader of the Patriotic Resistance Force in Ituri (FRPI), an armed group in the Ituri Province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).[1][2] On 17 October 2007, Read more…

STATEMENT n° 001/ONGDH/NICS-HR/B-E/30-01-2019 The non-governmental Human Rights organisation “No Impunity for the Congolese State (NICS-HR)”declares the following with regard to the peaceful and civilised transfer of power in the DemocraticRepublic of Congo

STATEMENT n° 001/ONGDH/NICS-HR/B-E/30-01-2019The non-governmental Human Rights organisation “No Impunity for the Congolese State (NICS-HR)”declares the following with regard to the peaceful and civilised transfer of power in the DemocraticRepublic of Congo:Indeed, the exercise of the Read more…

RDC : En prison pour offense au président

Republish From, L’actualité africaine. Libre et indépendante. Le premier anniversaire de la passation de pouvoir pacifique entre Joseph Kabila et Félix Tshisekedi a suscité bien des commentaires et des réactions en République démocratique du Congo. Read more…

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