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Human Rights in Republic of Congo

Amnesty International  Report 2013


The 2013 Annual Report on
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Central Africa: Over 70,000 DRC nationals cross to Kinshasa ...
10 May 2014

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. 10 May 2014. Index: AFR 02/001/2014. Over 70,000 DRC nationals ...

Public Statement       AFR 02/001/2014

Suggested recommendations to States considered in the 17th ...
31 July 2013

In this document Amnesty International makes recommendations to the governments of different states about ratification of international human rights ...

Report       IOR 41/012/2013

African Union @ 50: Call to Reaffirm the Centrality of Human ...
23 May 2013

As the African Union celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU), and a little more than a decade since the formation of ...

Public Statement       IOR 63/002/2013

Republic of Congo: Further information: Strike ends with an ...
16 May 2013

Leaders of the Coalition for Improving the Teaching Profession (Concertation pour la revalorisation de la profession d'enseignant, CPRE), a confederation ...

Urgent Action       AFR 22/003/2013

Republic of Congo: Further Update: Teachers freed, strike ...
29 April 2013

Two teachers in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo, detained for a week in connection with an ongoing strike, have now been released without charge. ...

Urgent Action       AFR 22/002/2013

Teachers arrested after peaceful strike in the Republic of ...
25 April 2013

Two teachers have been deteined without charge for a week in the Republic of Congo in connection with a peaceful strike.

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Republic of Congo: Teachers held without charge over strike
24 April 2013

Two teachers were arrested in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo, on 18 and 19 April, in connection with an ongoing peaceful strike that began on 25 February ...

Urgent Action       AFR 22/001/2013

DR Congo: UN urged to protect civilians in North Kivu ...
11 July 2012

An armed group known as M23 have driven back the Congolese government army in North Kivu, putting civilians at risk.

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First Sentence: Lubanga Dyilo Sentenced to 14 years at the ...
10 July 2012

ICC's First Sentence: 14 years for recruiting and using child soldiers handed to Thomas Lubanga Dyilo.

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Report 2012: No longer business as usual for tyranny and ...
24 May 2012

Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights.

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