24 September 2010
As the January 2011 referendum draws closer, freedom of expression may be subject to further restrictions.
28 September 2010
The absolute ban endangers the lives and health of women and girls in Nicaragua, where all forms of abortion have been criminalized since July 2008.
16 September 2010
Ten years after a judge charged the former Chadian president with torture and crimes against humanity he continues to avoid trial.
10 September 2010
Thousands of people living in dozens of villages unrecognized by the authorities face forced eviction and the destruction of their property.
9 September 2010
Tell the Bangladeshi government that if it really wants to ensure access to justice for all human rights and reduce poverty, it should prove it by ratifying the Optional Protocol.
8 September 2010
Amnesty International is calling on the Saudi Arabian King to take the opportunity of the end of Ramadan to commute the death sentences against two foreign natonals convicted of “sorcery”.
The punishment for indecent or immoral dress or behaviour in public includes up to 40 lashes, and/or a fine.
7 September 2010
Chekib El-Khiari has already served about half of his three-year prison term. His crime: denouncing corruption.
3 September 2010
Patrick Okoroafor was just 14 years old when he was arrested in May 1995. Two years later, he was sentenced to death for robbery.
29 June 2011
Thousands of Romani children across Slovakia remain trapped in substandard education as a result of widespread discrimination and a school system that keeps failing them.