Human rights organisation in Algeria.
Contacts to two human rights organisations in Algeria provided by Rights in Exile.
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Ligue Algérienne pour la Défense des Droits de l’Homme (LADDH)
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05, rue Saïd Ben-Larbi, 16000, Algerie
Tel / Fax : (+213) 021 73.95.20
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The Ligue Algérienne pour la Défense des Droits de l’Homme (LADDH) is a non-political NGO that promotes Human Rights in Algeria. LADDH is a member of the Euromed Human Rights Network’s Migration and Asylum Working group.
Mr Wadie Meraghni, Lawyer
Mobile phone: 00 213 661 533 670
Fax: 00 213 21 657 456
Wadie Meraghni is a member at the Bar Association of Algiers and since 2010 he has collaborated with the UNHCR in defending refugees and asylum seekers. He defends refugees and asylum seekers who get arrested, and he supports them in jurisdictions when they are victims of aggressions. He also supports them in obtaining documents from the civil state, especially for children born in Algeria who encounter difficulties in obtaining birth certificates. Wadie Meraghni gives legal advice to refugees and asylum seekers to explain how they can assert their rights in Algeria. He is prepared to answer requests for information from lawyers who represent Algerian in other countries.