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In this open letter Amnesty International reiterates its objection to caning and whipping in all circumstances. This follows a statement by the Immigration Department ...
Document ASA 28/005/2009
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: ASA 28/004/2009. 2 nd July 2009. For Immediate release. Malaysia: End caning as a punishment against immigrants ...
Document ASA 28/004/2009
The Malaysian authorities released three human rights activists fromthe Hindu Rights Action Force on Saturday 9 May.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Public Statement. AI Index: ASA 28/003/2009. 6 May 2009. Malaysia: Government Crackdown on Freedom of Expression. ...
Document ASA 28/003/2009
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: ASA 28/002/2009. 2 April 2009. Malaysia: Human rights agenda for new government. As ...
Document ASA 28/002/2009
Amnesty International called on ASEAN member states to move human rights to the top of the agenda of the ASEAN summit, scheduled to take place this weekend in Thailand
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Public Statement. AI index: ASA 28/001/2009. 13 February 2009. Malaysia falls short in fulfilling its promises ...
Document ASA 28/001/2009
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. OPEN LETTER. Date 29 January 2009. AI Index: ASA 01/001/2009. To the governments of Bangladesh, India, Indonesia ...
Document ASA 01/001/2009
Migrants, asylum-seekers and refugees are regularly deprived of their liberty purely for administrative convenience. Many countries use detention to deter people ...
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