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Preocupaciones en Europa: Enero-Junio 1998
31 August 1998

Newsletter       EUR 01/002/1998

Concerns in Europe January-June 1998
31 August 1998

This report summarises Amnesty International's concerns in Europe during the period January to June 1998 and includes special sections on women ...

Newsletter       EUR 01/002/1998

Concerns in Europe: January-June 1997
31 August 1997

This bulletin contains information about Amnesty International's main concerns in Europe between January and June 1997. Not every country in Europe ...

Newsletter       EUR 01/006/1997

Concerns in Europe: January-June 1997 (CIS only)
31 August 1997

Newsletter       EUR 01/006/1997

Out of the margins: The right to conscientious objection to ...
14 April 1997

This report is launched as part of Amnesty International's major campaign for the recognition of the right to conscientious objection to military service ...

Newsletter       EUR 01/002/1997

Concerns in Europe July - December 1995
1 March 1996

This bulletin summarizes Amnesty International's main human rights concerns in 36 countries in Europe during the last six months of 1995. The five Central ...

Newsletter       EUR 01/001/1996

Human rights are women's right: an Amnesty International ...
1 March 1995

Universal and indivisible / women and war / fighting for justice / women at risk / campaigning for women's human rights.

Report       ACT 77/002/1995

Amnesty International News Service 84/94
24 April 1994

1. Czech Republic: Step forward in safeguarding right to freedom of expression.

Report       NWS 11/084/1994

Amnesty International News Service 171/93
22 December 1993

1: Czech Republic: Amnesty International appeals to Vaclav Havel on refugee law.

Report       NWS 11/171/1993

Amnesty International News Service 153/93
19 November 1993

1. Portugal: United Nations Committee against Torture criticizes "relative impunity" of state officers guilty of torture and ill-treatment; 2. Czech Republic ...

Report       NWS 11/153/1993