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Jamaica: Stop the killings: Public security reforms and human rights in Jamaica [Postcard]
Document AMR 38/003/2009
People in Jamaica's inner cities have for decades been caught between the reign of fear exercised by criminal gangs and violent policing. Far-reaching reforms to ...
Report AMR 38/001/2009
Jamaica has extremely high rates of violent crime. According to police statistics, in 2008 alone there were 1611 murders in Jamaica – in a population of only 2.
TheDeclaration of Commitment of Port of Spain fails to lay out a clear human rights framework forprogress in the areas of human prosperity, energy security and
The execution of a Chinese scientist on Friday is the latest in aseries of executions that are going against the global trend towards amoratorium on the death pena
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index No: AMR 38/005/2008. 19 November 2008. Jamaica: A return to hanging will not solve public security crisis. ...
Document AMR 38/005/2008
La pena de muerte. El castigo máximo
Report ACT 50/015/2008
Death Penalty Toolkit: Political sleight of hand - the death penalty not an answer to crime
Document ACT 50/007/2008
This toolkit contains eight factsheets: Towards abolition; Killed by the state; Secret executions; The death penalty: the Ultimate punishment; A life for a life ...
(Kingston) Amnesty International today criticized the Jamaican authorities for wilfully neglecting poor Jamaicans by failing to tackle the corruption and violence ...