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Uganda: Lawyer and activist held incommunicado
17 September 2010

Kenyan lawyer Mbugua Mureithi and human rights activist Al-Amin Kimathi of the Kenyan human rights organisation, the Muslim Human Rights Forum ...

Urgent Action       AFR 59/010/2010

Uganda: Proposed law on the regulation of public meetings by ...
15 September 2010

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index:AFR 59/008/2010. 15 September 2010. Uganda: Proposed ...

Public Statement       AFR 59/008/2010

Amnesty International | Deadly Uganda blasts condemned
12 July 2010

Amnesty International has condemned the bomb blasts that last night hit the Ugandan capital Kampala, leaving at least 64 people dead.

Press Release      

Uganda: Somali at risk of forcible return from Uganda
27 May 2010

Mohammad Hassan Haji, a Somali national and asylum-seeker in Uganda, is due to be forcibly returned to Somalia from 31 May 2010, where he would ...

Urgent Action       AFR 59/007/2010

Uganda: Proposed Ugandan media law threatens the right to ...
11 May 2010

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. Date: May 11 2010. Index: AFR 59/006/2010. Proposed Ugandan media ...

Public Statement       AFR 59/006/2010

Uganda: "I can't afford justice" – Time to address violence ...
22 April 2010

In Uganda, violence against women and girls remains widespread in most parts of the country. An estimated two thirds of Ugandan homes have been ...

Document       AFR 59/002/2010

Uganda: "I can't afford justice": Violence against women in ...
7 April 2010

Violence against women is pervasive in most parts of Uganda and is widely accepted as justified by "traditional values". Women who have been subjected ...

Report       AFR 59/001/2010

The Wire, April/May 2010. Vol. 40, issue 002
1 April 2010

1) Giving life without risk 2) Livewire: The daily struggle in Haiti camps; Amnesty International defends Guinea research against French government criticism ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/002/2010

Uganda: Anti-homosexuality bill is inherently discriminatory ...
7 January 2010

UGANDA: ANTI- HOMOSEXUALITY BILL IS INHERENTLY DISCRIMINATORY AND THREATENS BROADER HUMAN RIGHTS. ...

Report       AFR 59/003/2010

Uganda: Incommunicado detention/ Torture and other ill ...
27 April 2009

Congolese refugee Nganizi Jean-Baptist has been held in Uganda without charge or trial since his arrest on 24 April 2008. Over the course of the year ...

Urgent Action       AFR 59/002/2009