Luanda - The European Union (EU) has confirmed 14 million Euros to support the country birth registration project carried out by Ministry of Justice and Human Rights with the support of international partners.More about this news
Luanda - Angolan minister of Justice and Human Rights Francisco Queiroz Wednesday urged parents to register their children in order to ensue an identity and access to basic services such as education and health.
Luanda - The Minister of Justice and Human Rights, Francisco Queiroz said Tuesday that anti-corruption and money-laundering actions will have greater intervention by institutions that fight phenomenon.
Luanda - The Angolan Executive is determined to support programmes designed to train people in matters relating to human rights, with a view to contributing to the improvement of citizens? access to health and education.
Luanda - The Angolan government intends to institutionalise soon a Human Rights National Prize with the aim of stimulating more actions in this area from the various players, informed last Tuesday in Luanda the minister of Justice and Human rights, Francisco Queiroz.
Luanda - The Minister of Justice and Human Rights Francisco Queiroz said on Saturday that there was an overreaction to the events that followed the alleged coup attempt of May 27, 1977 in Angola.
Luanda - Angola reported more than 40 cases of trafficking in human beings, which mainly targeted children, since 2014.
Luanda - Four international human rights conventions have been signed by Angola and are awaiting ratification, Angolan Secretary of State for Human Rights and Citizenship Ana Celeste Januário said Monday in Luanda.
Luanda - The fight against corruption, impunity, openness to civil society and freedom of the press in Angola enhances the confidence of the international community, in particular the member states of the European Union (EU).