East Asia

Amnesty International  Report 2013


 
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Further information: China: Female activist still held in ...
28 November 2014

Fears are growing for the welfare of Chinese women's rights activist Su Changlan, who has been detained in an unknown location without access ...

Urgent Action       ASA 17/055/2014

Suggested recommendations to States considered in the 21st ...
28 November 2014

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

Report       IOR 41/038/2014

UN Human Rights Council: Forum on Minority Issues ...
26 November 2014

Minorities live in specific places and violence against them takes place in specific contexts. It is important that this Forum convey to the Human Rights ...

Open Letter       IOR 41/041/2014

Japan: Lack of truth, justice and reparations tarnishes Japan's ...
25 November 2014

On the occasion of International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, Amnesty International once again calls on the Japanese government ...

Public Statement       ASA 22/005/2014

Philippines: Questions & Answers and action flyer - What is ...
25 November 2014

If someone in authority has physically wounded you, or made you suffer deeply in some way, to get information or a confession out of you, or to punish ...

Questions And Answers       ASA 35/010/2014

Cambodia: Groundless charges against Venerable Loun ...
22 November 2014

In this statement non-governmental organizations urge the Cambodian authorities to drop the charges against renowned human rights defender ...

Public Statement       ASA 23/009/2014

Indonesia: Prosecuting beliefs: Indonesia's blasphemy laws ...
21 November 2014

Freedom of religion remains severely restricted in Indonesia. This document provides a summary of the Amnesty International report in which the ...

Report       ASA 21/030/2014

Timor-Leste: Victims' rights and independence of judiciary ...
21 November 2014

Decisions by the Timor-Leste parliament and government to arbitrarily terminate the contracts of foreign judicial officers and judicial advisors will have ...

Public Statement       ASA 57/003/2014

Thailand: Military leaders must end growing repression six ...
21 November 2014

As authorities in Thailand state that they have no immediate plans to lift martial law six months after the military took power in a coup, Amnesty International ...

Public Statement       ASA 39/017/2014

Afghanistan: Further information: Authorities commit to ...
21 November 2014

Following the conviction of Brishna's rapist on 25 October, the Afghan authorities have now committed to ensuring her protection. The 10-year-old girl ...

Urgent Action       ASA 11/015/2014