Make human rights in Tunisia a reality

25 June 2008

It is time for the Tunisian authorities to live up to their lofty rhetoric on human rights.

End rendition and secret detention: Europe’s duty

26 June 2008

As France takes over the Presidency of the EU in July 2008, call on the French President to ensure that all EU governments cooperate to end rendition and secret detent

Release Equatorial Guinea pastor

22 May 2008

Reverend Bienvenido Samba Momesori, a Protestant pastor and member of an ethnic group native to Bioko Island, has been detained since October 2003 without charge or

Riga Pride needs protection

22 May 2008

A Latvian organization for the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people is planning to hold a Gay Pride event in the centre of Latvia’s capital,

Call for arrest of suspected Sudanese war criminals

13 May 2008

The Sudanese authorities have refused to arrest two government ministers suspected of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Darfur.

Pressure is on to elect strong and effective Human Rights Council

30 April 2008

The UN General Assembly will elect, in direct and individual elections and by secret ballot, 15 new members of the Human Rights Council on 21 May 2008.

Free Nigerian prisoner

18 April 2008

Patrick Okoroafor was just 14 years old when he was arrested in May 1995. Two years later, he was sentenced to death for robbery.

Thousands lost in Kashmir mass graves

18 April 2008

Call on India to investigate allegations of enforced disappearances and mass graves in Kashmir and Jammu.

Darfur's children of conflict

9 April 2008

The United Nations-African Union peacekeeping force to Darfur was deployed on 31 December 2007, but little has changed for the children of the region.

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