Amnesty International  Report 2013

The 2013 Annual Report on
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Wire, September/October 2013. Vol. 43, issue 005
30 August 2013

1) The Agenda 2) Up front: Egypt's long road to equality 3) Forced evictions; 'Even the rats in my house are worried' 4) 'They would only succeed if we ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/005/2013

Amnesty International | Kenya: Parliament must reject ...
29 July 2013

Attempts by the Kenyan government to water-down key reforms to regulate the country's police force will allow human rights violations to continue and ...

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Wire, July/August 2013. Vol. 43, issue 004
1 July 2013

1) The Agenda 2) Up front: Learning to speak a universal language 3) Outspoken and proud 4) Brazil: A wonderful place to live 5) Guatemala's trial ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/004/2013

Africa: Making love a crime: Criminalization of same-sex ...
25 June 2013

PLEASE SEE ERRATUM HERE Thirty-eight countries in sub-Saharan Africa ...

Report       AFR 01/001/2013

Kenya: 400 families forcibly evicted
15 May 2013

Some 400 Kenyan families were forcibly evicted on 10 May from an informal settlement in the capital, Nairobi. They are homeless and in urgent need ...

Urgent Action       AFR 32/004/2013

Wire, May/June 2013. Vol 43, issue 003
1 May 2013

1) The Agenda 2) Up front: The pure power of testimony: 3) 'There are no human rights in Sri Lanka' 4) The painful truth [torture] 5) Five ways to repress ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/003/2013

Kenya: Police reform in Kenya: “A drop in the ocean”
30 January 2013

POLICE REFORM IN KENYA: “A DROP IN THE OCEAN”. 2. Amnesty International is a global movement of 2.2 million people ...

Report       AFR 32/001/2013

Kenya: Stalled police reform is a risk to elections | Amnesty ...
30 January 2013

Amnesty International's new report says delays in implementing new laws on policing may lead to a repeat of 2007's post-election violence.


Amnesty International | Kenya's decision to confine refugees ...
20 December 2012

Kenya's decision to place refugees and asylum seekers in camps away from urban centres is discriminatory and unlawful.

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Kenya's candidacy for election to the UN Human Rights ...
2 November 2012

In this open letter, Amnesty International urges the government of Kenya to further strengthen its election pledges by committing to progress with regards ...

Open Letter       AFR 32/003/2012