Indonesia: Stalled reforms: Impunity, discrimination and security force violations in Indonesia Amnesty International Submission to the UN Universal Periodic Review, May-June 2012
In this submission, Amnesty International comments on the implementation of recommendations accepted by the Indonesian government during its previous review in 2008. The organization highlights human rights concerns such as impunity; human rights violations committed by the police and other security forces; the criminalization of peaceful political activities; attacks and harassment of human rights defenders and religious minorities; religious and gender-based discrimination in law, policy and practice; and restrictions on sexual and reproductive rights.
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