The 2013 Annual Report on
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A new Amnesty International report explores the scandal of Poland's involvement in CIA secret detention practices.
Poland has been in the spotlight since 2005, accused of hosting a secret prison operated by the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) where terrorism suspects were ...
Report EUR 37/002/2013
On 7 May 2013, around 20 Roma residents of an informal settlement on Paprotna Street, Wroclaw were served with a 14-day eviction notice by the municipality without ...
Urgent Action EUR 37/005/2013
At least 35 children and their families will be made homeless if the eviction goes ahead, as EU urged to stop anti-Roma discrimination.
Over 60 Roma people living in an informal settlement in Wroclaw, western Poland, face imminent forced eviction after notices were delivered by the municipality ...
Urgent Action EUR 37/001/2013
A Roma community in Poland are being threatened with imminent eviction and homelessness in a blatant violation of international human rights law.
In this document, Amnesty International and the International Commission of Jurists submit additional observations on: B) the rendition and secret detention programme ...
Report EUR 37/003/2013
Until the full truth is uncovered about the Katyn massacre the Russian authorities have an on-going obligation under international law to investigate this war crime ...
In this document, Amnesty International and the International Commission of Jurists make submissions on: A) knowledge imputable to Contracting Parties at relevant ...
Report EUR 37/002/2012
Authorities urged to ensure women and girls have full access to sexual and reproductive health after teenage rape victim denied a legal abortion.