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This briefing highlights the main aspects of Amnesty International's concerns in Mozambique in relation to the United Nations Convention Against Torture. The submission ...
Report AFR 41/006/2013
In this submission, Amnesty International provides information regarding Mozambique's observance of its human rights obligations under the African Charter on Human ...
Report AFR 41/007/2013
Amnesty International submits this briefing to the United Nations Human Rights Committee ahead of its examination of Mozambique's initial report on the implementation ...
Report AFR 41/005/2013
This brief memorandum contains Amnesty International's concerns about selected provisions of the Draft Constitution which appear in their present form to be ...
Report AFR 41/003/2013
Cell phone footage apparently showing South African police tying a Mozambican man to the back of a police vehicle and dragging him down the road are “shocking”.
In February 2012, a joint delegation of Amnesty International and the Mozambique Human Rights League visited prisons in Mozambique. They found scores of detainees ...
Report AFR 41/004/2012
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. LOCKING UP MY RIGHTS - CASE SHEET. AI index: AFR 41/006/2012. 22 November 2012. José Capitine Cossa (also known as Zeca Capetinho Cossa). ...
Document AFR 41/006/2012
Report AFR 41/001/2012
Poor people are particularly at risk of being locked up for months, sometimes years, in squalid cells without having committed a crime.