Justicia Internacional is currently working on updating a document to request precautionary measures for the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela. The first petition was discussed with the IACHR towards the end of 2016.
Justicia Internacional is currently working on the updating of a document with the purpose of requesting precautionary measures for the humanitarian crisis in defense of the Venezuelan people and of a collective nature, particularly focused on the most vulnerable populations. The objective of this petition is to normalize the supply of medicines and medical supplies, rescue the health system, implement an epidemic control plan and, above all, urgently promote actions that lead to defend, preserve and guarantee the inalienable right to health and the right to a decent life for Venezuelan citizens.
The petition will be accompanied by an extensive argument, with their respective evidences, included mostly as part of the discussion of the alleged facts and presented in its entirety in a dossier attached to the document. The delivery will be made in digital form and in physical form in Washington. Delivery will be accompanied by a press release and campaign on the networks.
The project requires four researchers and two editors to update the document. Volunteers are also required to make a final update and organization of the dossier, which may include photos and videos. Photos are required, if possible original or open license to accompany the document graphically.
Considering the peaceful demonstration convened in Venezuela currently and in order to defend the physical integrity, life and human rights in general of Venezuelan citizens, particularly the right that every individual has to peaceful demonstration in the face of political repression in our country , we submit to consideration before Venezuelan organizations and activists residing abroad to take initiatives to
- Promote the OJOS Project (see info at http://www.justiciainternacional.org/item/63-proyecto-ojosddhh) which consists of the use of evidence recording technologies (audio, video, photos) to verify the authenticity of the same before international courts.
-Establish network campaigns for this purpose and, equally importantly, promote lobbying and direct dialogue with organizations, movements and groups of citizens in Venezuela in leadership positions and particularly those who experience growing vulnerability to Repression Politics in Venezuela (students, participants in marches, community leaders, trade unionists, political persecuted and those who suffer and are manifested by the humanitarian crisis).
- Accompany this campaign with a multilingual international campaign based on the concept of #FreeVenezuela (#VenezuelaLibre, an abbreviation of English for all messages and a universal graphic symbology Complement campaign with #Free + name of each political prisoner)