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The Tunisian Minister for Human Rights has been urged to retract homophobic comments that undermine human rights.
Amnesty International has written to the Tunisian Minister of Human Rights to express its alarm at statements the Minister made about homosexuality in a television ...
Tunisian journalists face criminal charges and jail sentences for publishing a photograph showing a partially naked woman.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI index: MDE 30/003/2012. 12 February 2012. Tunisian authorities must protect victims and ...
Public Statement MDE 30/003/2012
Amnesty International led rallies in cities across the world as a Global Day of Action in solidarity with the protesters of the Middle East and North Africa.
A global day of action will be held in nearly 20 countries on 11 February in solidarity with protesters in the Middle East and North Africa.
Criminal proceedings against the owner of a Tunisian TV station that screened the film Persepolis are an affront to freedom of expression, Amnesty International ...
Some progress has been made on human rights in Tunisia a year after the fall of President Ben Ali, but for many Tunisians the pace of change has been too slow.
A new Tunisian constitution to be drafted by the National Constituent Assembly must guarantee human rights.
Tunisia's interim government is yet to deliver the comprehensive human rights reform that protesters were calling for a year ago, Amnesty International said today ...