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Speaking at an anti-death penalty summit in Geneva, Amnesty International's interim Secretary General Claudio Cordone hailed global efforts but said more needs ...
In the Middle East and North Africa region, human rights defenders are all too often vilified, persecuted and even criminalized for their peaceful activities. This ...
Document MDE 01/001/2009
The decision could give the UK government the green light to start deporting people to countries where they will be at risk of serious human rights abuses.
Over one hundred countries voted overwhelmingly in favour of a secondresolution on "Moratorium on the use of the death penalty" at theUnited Nations on T.
In this document Amnesty International makes recommendations to the governments of various states about ending torture, arbitrary arrests, the death penalty, for ...
Document IOR 41/046/2008
On 21 October 2008, four judges and prosecutors from Japan, Jordan, Nigeria and the USA, who have participated in death penalty cases, gave their personal accounts ...
Report ACT 50/018/2008
Tens of thousands of women migrant domestic workers in Jordan face isolation, exploitation and abuse, with little or no protection from the state.
Aisladas, explotadas, maltratadas las trabajadoras domésticas migrantes en jordania.
Report MDE 16/002/2008
Tens of thousands of women migrant domestic workers in Jordan face isolation, exploitation and abuse, with little or no protection from the state. In this document ...