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Amnesty International today said that those displaced by May's xenophobic violence in South Africa face serious threats to their safety, as the last remaining ca
In its response to the HIV epidemic and to discrimination and violence against women, the Government of South Africa has obligations under both national law and ...
Document AFR 53/013/2008
In May 2008 a wave of violent attacks against individuals, identified on the basis of their perceived nationality, ethnicity or migrant status, led to the displacement ...
Report AFR 53/012/2008
Nearly 80 organisations, including a number of Amnesty International'sAfrican sections, have come together to show solidarity with the peopleof Zimbabwe.
South Africa: Fear that closure of camps will result in human rights violations
Document AFR 53/010/2008
Amnesty International today condemned the forcible removal by police of more than 700 people, including refugees and asylum-seekers, from the Glenanda ("Rifle Ran
The statements in this document were made during the eighth main session of the Human Rights Council that took place from 2 to 18 June 2008.
Report IOR 41/034/2008
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Newsletter NWS 21/006/2008