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Newsletter ACT 53/002/2006
This newsletter announces that, beginning this month, the Make Some Noise - Amnesty International's groundbreaking music campaign - together with the Stop Violence ...
Report ACT 77/006/2006
le fil d'AI. Février 2006, vol. 36, nº 1
Newsletter NWS 21/001/2006
1) Indigenous Brazilians forced from their land 2) Abuse of women endemic in Papua New Guinea 3) Adequate housing - a human right 4) Ethnic discrimination still ...
In this letter, Amnesty International notes the announcement that the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary (RPNGC) intends to recruit 230 new members and urges the ...
Report ASA 34/001/2006
ASA 34/001/2005. Ref: ASA TG 34/005/05. November 3, 2005. Mr. Sam Inguba. Commissioner of Police. Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary. ...
Report ASA 34/001/2005
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Press Release ASA 34/002/2004
This report examines developments in the application of the death penalty in Papua New Guinea, in the context of those in some other South Pacific states.
Report ASA 34/001/2004
This report describes some of the developments since the Tampa incident, which coincided with a global backlash against asylum seekers following the 11 September ...
Report ASA 12/009/2002
Amnesty International is concerned that the fate of the 433 asylum- seekers, including women and children, who were rescued by the Norwegian freighter, the Tampa ...
Urgent Action ASA 12/006/2001