Enforced Disappearance and Arbitrary Detention in Yemen (2014 – 2023)

This blog post was published by Musaala Organization for Human Rights as part of its ongoing work documenting enforced disappearance and unlawful detention in Yemen. The post provides a brief overview of the legal frameworks around enforced disappearance and arbitrary detention in Yemen, including both international and domestic law, explores some of the trends and patterns of enforced disappearance and arbitrary detention in Yemen from 2014 to 2023, and ends with recommendations for the international community, Yemeni government, and civil society interested in countering the destructive and illegal practice.

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