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A repressive emergency law adopted in Canada's Quebec province violates freedoms of speech, assembly and movement in breach of international obligations.
This is a summary of the Amnesty International brief which set out concerns about ways in which Canadian action or inaction risks complicity in torture or other ...
Report AMR 20/005/2012
This brief sets out concerns about ways in which Canadian action or inaction risks complicity in torture or other ill-treatment, through such means as inadequate ...
Report AMR 20/004/2012
In this document Amnesty International recommends that Canada make a declaration recognizing the jurisdiction of the Committee to receive individual petitions alleging ...
Document AMR 20/003/2012
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI index: AMR 20/002/2012. 1 February 2012. Court decision in Kilwa Massacre case denies right ...
Public Statement AMR 20/002/2012
Amnesty International considers that there is enough material in the public domain – even if one were to rely only upon information released by United States authorities ...
Report AMR 51/080/2011
Failure by Canada to take action during a visit by the former US President would violate the UN Convention against Torture.
In the Americas laws there is an entrenched discriminatory attitude against Indigenous peoples. On the International Day of the World's Indigenous People, Amnesty ...
Report AMR 01/001/2011
Amnesty International has long been concerned by the failure of Canadian authorities to protect Indigenous land rights in manner consistent with international rights ...
Report AMR 20/001/2011