The Wire, July 2001. Vol.31, No.5.
1. Crimes of hatred: Sexual identity is highlighted in AI's campaign against torture; 2. Algeria: Silencing the protesters; 3. DRC: A culture of torture and impunity; 4. Indonesia: Fighting for truth in Aceh; 5. Opinion: When is rape of women torture - and when should the state be held responsible? 6. Brazil: Justice for the Ticuna people; 7. Getting their teeth into fundraising; 8. Updates and good news; 9. Worldwide appeals - Belarus: Anniversary of "disappearance"; Brunei Darussalem: Detained for their beliefs; Saudi Arabia: Torture of possible POC; USA: Child offender due to be executed; 10. News in brief
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- Chad: Activist’s whereabouts unknown after arrest: Maoundoe Decladore Djikoldingam
- WORKING GROUP ON THE ISSUE OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS - ADVANCING ACCOUNTABILITY AND REMEDY FOR CORPORATE CRIMES THROUGH EFFECTIVE AND PRO-ACTIVE CROSS-BORDER COOPERATION BETWEEN LAW ENFORCEMENT- WRITTEN STATEMENT TO HRC 35
- Georgia: Teacher at risk if extradited to Turkey: Mustafa Çabuk