The Wire, March 2005. Vol. 35, No. 2.
1) Repression of Kurds in Syria is widespread 2) Aceh after the Tsunami - 'We are organizing...' 3) UK 'anti-terrorism' law comes under renewed public scrutiny 4) Activists unite to change the world 5) Libya abolishes People's Court 6) Worldwide appeals: Tajikistan: 'No signs of crime'; Zimbabwe: Harsh sentence for opposition MP; Mexico: Activist threatened; China: Woman sentenced to 're-education' 7) Updates: Cuba; Viet Nam; 8) Overcoming obstacles in Russian Federation 9) Beijing + 10 - act now! 10) Activists in Gulf states combat gender violence
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- El Salvador: Separated families, Broken Ties: Women imprisoned for obstetric emergencies and the impact on their families
- Japan: Open letter: Reparation for survivors of Japan's military sexual slavery system
- South Korea: Open letter: Reparation for survivors of Japan's military sexual slavery system