Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC) along with the Freedom Foundation for Rights Freedoms and Media Development has stood in solidarity with three Aljazeera journalists who were sentenced from 7-10 years in prison by an Egyptian court. The journalists are Mohamed Fahmy, Baher Mohamed and Peter Greste.
Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC) have participated in supporting Orphan House in Sana'a city which was visited by a team of human rights organizations. The Human Rights Minister, Huriah Mashoor was among the team.
Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC) have launched a campaign on the political participation of youth leaders. The campaign was entitled "For the sake of Yemen, youth and parties should work together."
Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC) arranged on Tuesday its 32nd sit-in in solidarity with Alayam newspaper and the journalists Mohammed al-Maqaleh, Hisham Bashraheel, Shafea al-Abad, and Fuad Rashid, and the activist Ahmed al-Rubaizi, the writer Anisah Othman who are detained by the Yemeni authorities.
Hundreds of activists, journalists, politicians and enforced disappeared persons on Tuesday took part in the 24th sit-in which was arranged by Women Journalists Without Chains called to The protesters called to release Alayam newspaper, the journalists Mohammed al-Maqleh, Salah al-Saqladi and Fuad Rashid, and put an end to repressions of Almasdar and Aldeyar newspapers.
Women Journalists Without Chains (WJWC) has staged its 21st sit-inprotest to violations committed against expression freedoms in which the participants expressed solidarity with detained activists, politicians and journalists. Among the detainees are Fahad al-Qarni, Mohammed al-Maqaleh and Abdul-Kareem al-Khaywani. The images of the detainees were raised at what is called the Freedom Square.