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Turkey: All Children Have Rights

22 November 2010

Since 2006, thousands of children in Turkey, some as young as 12, have been prosecuted under anti-terrorism legislation for their alleged participation in demonstrations. The demonstrations were focused on issues of concern to members of the Kurdish community and often involved violent clashes with the police.

Living without rights in northwest Pakistan

Civilians tell how they are abused by the Taleban and how they feel abandoned by the government.

Video: Obama's first 100 days

20 January 2009

We are not expecting the impossible from President Obama's first 100 days in office. Watch this video and take action.

Video: Protest launches tour against enforced disappearance in Pakistan

3 September 2008

Amnesty International called on the Pakistan government to reveal the fate and whereabouts of hundreds of disappeared people, amid international protests to mark the

Video: Observing Guantánamo's hearings

6 August 2008

Matthew Pollard, Amnesty International's legal advisor, observed the first trial to take place before a military commission at Guantánamo Bay. 

Video: Torture can never be justified

26 June 2008

Don’t let arguments for torture go unchallenged. Watch this video where former US President Carter, the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture and others raise their v

Video: Manfred Nowak, UN Special Rapporteur on Torture

24 June 2008

In May 2008, Manfred Nowak spoke to Amnesty International about the role of European states in the US-led programmes of rendition and secret detention.

Video: Abu Omar, victim of rendition and secret detention

24 June 2008

Abu Omar was rendered by US agents, via Germany, to Egypt, where he was held for nearly four years, including 14 months in secret detention.

Video: Murat Kurnaz, former detainee at Guantánamo and Afghanistan

16 June 2008

Murat Kurnaz was detained in Afghanistan and Guantánamo without charge or trial for nearly five years.

Video: Andrew Motion reads Poems from Guantánamo

12 December 2007

Andrew Motion, poet laureate, discusses the work of Abdur Rahim Muslim Dost.

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