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The Uganda government and public officials are increasingly placing illegitimate restrictions on freedom of expression and peaceful assembly to silence ...
The Uganda government and various public authorities have in recent years resorted to illegitimate restrictions on the exercise of the rights to freedom ...
Report AFR 59/016/2011
Ugandan LGBT activist Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera has been awarded the 2011 Martin Ennals Award for Human Rights Defenders.
In this statement, Amnesty International focuses on the status of the death penalty in Africa and progress towards its abolition. Among the 53 State Parties ...
Document IOR 63/005/2011
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC STATEMENT AI Index: AFR 59/015/2011 23 September 2011 Court's decision a setback for accountability ...
Public Statement AFR 59/015/2011
The release of Al-Amin Kimathi, held for a year in connection with a bomb attack during the 2010 World Cup final, is long overdue.
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AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: AFR 59/012/2011. 16 May 2011. Uganda: Investigate Use of Force against Protestors. ...
Public Statement AFR 59/012/2011
Ugandan MPs had been set to debate the bill today, which could allow the death penalty for homosexual acts in some cases.
The Ugandan Anti-Homosexuality Bill has not been passed. Parliament completed its business on 13 May 2011 without discussing the bill.
Urgent Action AFR 59/011/2011