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Amnesty International


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25 Feb 2015

The Amnesty International Report 2014/15 documents the state of the world’s human rights during 2014. Some key events from 2013 are also reported.

The foreword, five regional overviews and survey of 160 countries and territories bear witness to the suffering endured by many, whether it be...

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25 Feb 2015

The Amnesty International Report 2014/15 documents the state of the world’s human rights during 2014. Some key events from 2013 are also reported.

The foreword, five regional overviews and survey of 160 countries and territories bear witness to the suffering endured by many, whether it be...

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23 May 2014

Summary: This survey of more than 21,000 people in 21 countries across every continent reveals that nearly half of respondents fear torture if taken into custody. The findings detailed in this document also show, for example, that the vast majority of respondents believe there...

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12 May 2014

Abstract: There appears to have been little or no effort by the Australian and Papua New Guinean governments to address the recommendations in Amnesty International’s December 2013 report, This is Breaking People. The primary concerns around arbitrary and indefinite...

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11 Dec 2013

This report argues that asylum seekers detained at Australia's asylum seeker processing centre on Manus Island experience degrading conditions and serious human rights violations.

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Fleeing war...

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23 Feb 2012

The findings of these visits to detention centres by Amnesty International is that indefinite and prolonged detention of asylum seekers in Australia is a failed policy that contravenes human rights standards.

The most serious and damaging conditions faced by asylum seekers...

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23 Feb 2012

The initial findings of Amnesty International’s recent detention centre visits, reiterate the organisation’s long held position that the indefinite and prolonged detention of asylum seekers in Australia is a failed policy that contravenes human rights standards.

The most...

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29 Aug 2011

The Bangladesh authorities must honour their pledge to stop extrajudicial executions by a special police force accused of involvement in hundreds of killings, says Amnesty International in this report.

"Crimes Unseen: Extrajudicial Executions in Bangladesh" also documents how...

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24 Aug 2011

Funding decisions made at all levels of government are driving Aborigines off their traditional lands, to the detriment of their well being.

This report highlights the struggle of Aboriginal Peoples to remain on their homelands inthe face of policies that have the...

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27 Aug 2009

A decade after Timor-Leste voted for independence, a culture of impunity continues to haunt the country's people.

The U. N. Security Council should establish an International Criminal tribunal with jurisdiction over all grave human rights violations surrounding Timor-Leste's...

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21 Dec 2007

When the internet first arrived in China in the 1990s, it was hoped a free and uncontrolled world wide web would help transform the world's most populous country into a more open society. Today, China is widely recognised as having developed the most advanced system of internet repression in the...

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