The 2013 Annual Report on
Maldives is now live »
Maldivian security forces have continued to commit serious human rights violations since the transfer of presidential power in February.
To many, the Maldives are a paradise on earth attracting hundreds of thousands of tourists every year. But a campaign of violent repression this year has shattered ...
Report ASA 29/005/2012
To many, the Maldives are a paradise on earth attracting hundreds of thousands of tourists every year. However a pattern of police and military violence this year ...
Public Statement ASA 29/006/2012
1) The Agenda 2) Up front "They know they are being watched" 3) Bhopal: Carrying the torch 4) International Day of the Disappeared: "Our life without him is bare ...
Newsletter NWS 21/004/2012
ﻩﺬه ةﺮﺸﻨﻟا ﺮﻴﻏ ةﺮﻓﻮﺘﻣ نﻵا فﻮﺳ ﻢﺘﻳ ﺎهﺮﺸﻧ ﺎﺒﻳﺮﻗ.
Human rights campaigner Ismail "Hilath" Rasheed was attacked in the evening of 5 June by men who slashed his throat, near his house in the capital, Malé. He survived ...
Urgent Action ASA 29/003/2012
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI index: ASA 29/002/2012. 11 June 2012. Maldives government must end use of excessive force against demonstrators. ...
Public Statement ASA 29/002/2012
Women in the Maldives describe how security forces violently suppressed their protest against the new president.
Police in the Maldives have reportedly attacked outgoing president Mohammed Nasheed and his supporters during a peaceful protest.
The Maldivian president has resigned following a police mutiny after a group of police officers joined opposition-led protests.