The 2012 Annual Report on
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1) Introduction 2) Establishing roots 3) Not giving up 4) On the side of human rights 5) Change and continuity 6) Dangerous work 7) Puncturing the secrecy 8) Power ...
Newsletter NWS 21/003/2011
Former prisoners Ayman Gharib and Anis el-Krifi were arrested early in the morning of 19 July, at their homes in the town of Menzel Bourguiba, in the north of Tunisia ...
Urgent Action MDE 30/015/2011
Tunisia has joined the International Criminal Court and intends to ratify or adhere to several key human rights treaties.
Tunisia took an important step towards strengthening fundamental human rights today by joining the International Criminal Court (ICC). At a ceremony at the UN in ...
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL MEDIA ADVISORY Date: 27 May 2011 AI Index: MDE 19/022/2011. Amnesty International report on Libya's Nafusa Mountain released today. ...
PressItem MDE 19/022/2011
Amnesty International's annual report details how the rise of social media is fuelling a new activism that repressive governments are struggling to control.
People first called for fundamental change in Tunisia at the end of 2010, the year covered by Amnesty International's latest annual worldwide survey of human rights ...
Report POL 10/012/2011
Amnesty International reveals situation facing people fleeing North Africa unrest as Silvio Berlusconi pledges to “clear Lampedusa within 48-60 hours".
Amnesty International has asked the UN Secretary-General to do more to help combat violations in Libya and support human rights in Egypt and Tunisia.
On 14 January 2011, following a month of spiralling anti-government protests across Tunisia, President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali secretly fled the country, ending ...
Report MDE 30/011/2011