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الاعتقال المتعلق بالهجرة
1 December 2008

الاعتقال المتعلق بالهجرة

Report       POL 33/004/2008

Migration-related detention: A global concern
1 December 2008

Migrants, asylum-seekers and refugees are regularly deprived of their liberty purely for administrative convenience. Many countries use detention to ...

Report       POL 33/004/2008

The Wire, December 2008: Universal Declaration of Human ...
1 December 2008

1) Yours to enjoy, yours to protect 2) Fire up! 3) Small places 4) Honduras: Fears of impunity after convicted police officers escape 5) Livewire: En route ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/009/2008

Thailand: Further information on Torture
27 November 2008

Five Muslim university students who were detained by a military unit in southern Thailand on 15 August 2008 have been released.

Urgent Action       ASA 39/009/2008

Thailand: Life at a Dead End: Lao Hmong refugees detained ...
17 November 2008

Thailand: Life at a Dead End: Lao Hmong refugees detained in Thailand

Document       ASA 39/007/2008

Amnesty International | Thailand: State of Emergency should ...
2 September 2008

The Thai government should remove restrictions on free speech contained in today's emergency decree, Amnesty International said.

Press Release      

Annual Report 2008 – Enforced Disappearance Update ...
28 August 2008

This document includes extracts from the Annual Report 2008 about enforced disappearances in Algeria; Bosnia & Herzegovina; Chad; Colombia; El ...

Document       POL 36/003/2008

الدفاع عن حقوق الإنسان في عالم متغير
22 August 2008

الدفاع عن حقوق الإنسان في عالم متغير

Report       ACT 30/006/2008

Defending human rights in a changing world
22 August 2008

DEFENDING HUMAN RIGHTS IN A CHANGING WORLD. Everyone has the right, individually and in association with others ...

Report       ACT 30/006/2008

Thailand: Torture
18 August 2008

The five Muslim university students named above were detained on the morning of 15 August by a military unit that had previously tortured two of them ...

Urgent Action       ASA 39/006/2008