The Wire, July 2002. Vol. 32, No.6.
1.) Police practice and human rights in Southern and Eastern Africa; 2.) 'Disappearances' still take place in Mexico; 3.) Police in Belarus stifle peaceful protest; 4.) Political violence in Madagascar; 5.) Human rights still denied in Cuba despite fitful progress; 6.) Worldwide appeals: Algeria; Germany; United States of America; 7.) Worldwide appeal updates: Ethiopia; Liberia; Sweden; 8.) News in brief: Europe adopts Protocol No. 13; Commission of Inquiry in Zanzibar; 9.) AI appeals to EU leaders; 10.) Backlash against protesters in the Middle East and North Africa; 11.) Shot dead by soldiers in the Philippines; 12.) A safe haven for women.
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- Timor-Leste: UN CEDAW Committee urges authorities to ensure comprehensive reparations for victims of conflict related sexual violence
- 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