Indonésie

Informe 2012: Para la tiranía y la injusticia, las cosas han cambiado - 24 mai 2012

Headline Title:  Informe 2012: Para la tiranía y la injusticia, las cosas han cambiado Es necesario un tratado sobre el comercio de armas sólido, dado que el Consejo de Seguridad de la ONU parece cada vez menos adecuado para su función  Amnistía Internacional publica hoy su informe anual, que documenta la situación de los derechos humanos en el mundo. Media Node:  Dera'a bread protest_es VIDEO: AIR2012 video news release_es Twitter Tag:  AIR2012 Story Location:  United Kingdom 51° 31' 5.1996" N, 0° 2' 23.37" W See map: Google Maps “El fracaso del liderazgo se ha convertido en una cuestión global durante el último año, en el que los políticos han respondido a las protestas con brutalidad o indiferencia. Los gobiernos deben demostrar un liderazgo legítimo y rechazar la injusticia protegiendo a quienes no tienen poder y poniendo límites a los poderosos.” Source:  Salil Shetty, secretario general de Amnistía Internacional Date:  Je, 24/05/2012 URL:  Informe 2012 de Amnistía Internacional Description:  Ver el informe completo URL:  Datos y cifras Description:  Infografía

Report 2012: No longer business as usual for tyranny and injustice - 24 mai 2012

Headline Title:  Report 2012: No longer business as usual for tyranny and injustice Strong Arms Trade Treaty needed as UN Security Council looks unfit for purpose Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights. Media Node:  Dera'a bread protest VIDEO: AIR2012 video news release (A-roll) Twitter Tag:  AIR2012 Story Location:  United Kingdom 51° 31' 5.1996" N, 0° 2' 23.37" W See map: Google Maps “Failed leadership has gone global in the last year, with politicians responding to protests with brutality or indifference. Governments must show legitimate leadership and reject injustice by protecting the powerless and restraining the powerful. ” Source:  Salil Shetty, Amnesty International Secretary General Date:  Je, 24/05/2012 URL:  Amnesty International Report 2012 Description:  View the entire report URL:  Facts and figures Description:  Infographic
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Tortura e outros maus-tratos

Forças de segurança foram objeto de reiteradas denúncias de prática de tortura e de


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Torture et autres mauvais traitements

Les forces de sécurité ont été accusées à plusieurs reprises d’avoir torturé ou soumis


L'Indonésie doit mettre fin à l'impunité pour les violences policières

En Indonésie, la police frappe, tire et tue même des gens sans craindre de poursuites, ce qui ne laisse guère aux victimes l'espoir d'obtenir justice, révèle Amnesty International dans une nouvelle synthèse. En Indonésie, la police frappe, tire et tue même des gens sans craindre de poursuites, ce qui ne laisse guère aux victimes l'espoir d'obtenir justice, révèle Amnesty International dans une nouvelle

Indonesia must end impunity for police violence

Police in Indonesia shoot, beat and even kill people without fear of prosecution, leaving their victims with little hope of justice, Amnesty International reveals in a new briefing. (For the press release in Indonesian please click here )

Indonesia must end impunity for police violence - 25 avril 2012

Headline Title:  Indonesia must end impunity for police violence Police in Indonesia shoot, beat and even kill people without fear of prosecution, leaving their victims with little hope of justice, Amnesty International reveals in a new briefing. Despite a decade of supposed reform, Indonesian police officers continue to be implicated in shootings and beatings of peaceful individuals. Media Node:  Indonesia police violence Twitter Tag:  Indonesia Story Location:  Indonesia 6° 16' 12.7452" S, 107° 42' 35.8596" E “Indonesia’s police use excessive force, and even kill people, with no fear of sanction, while victims are left without hope of justice.” Source:  Josef Benedict, Amnesty International's Indonesia Campaigner Date:  Me, 25/04/2012 URL:  Indonesia: Open letter on torture and other Human Rights violations by the police in Indonesia Description:  Open letter, 4 April 2012