Albania: Amnesty International's concerns in Albania: January - June 2009
In this extract from a forthcoming report on Europe and Central Asia, Amnesty International expresses its concerns for the first half of 2009. The document also refers to political and legislative developments. Concerns expressed include enforced disappearances; prison conditions; torture and ill-treatment; domestic violence; lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights; and access to housing, particularly for those adults who were orphaned as children and denied the rights to adequate housing.
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