Amnesty International Report 2005 : the state of the world's human rights

Amnesty International Report 2005 : the state of the world's human rights

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Index Number: POL 10/001/2005
Date Published: 24 May 2005

This report documents human rights issues of concern to Amnesty International during 2004 and reflects AI's activities during the year. The report, which covers 149 countries, highlights the failure of national governments and international organizations to deal with human rights violations, and calls for greater international accountability. The report also acknowledges the opportunities for positive change that emerged in 2004, often spearheaded by human rights activists and civil society groups. Calls to reform the UN human rights machinery grew in strength, and there were vibrant campaigns to make corporations more accountable, strengthen international justice, control the arms trade and stop violence against women.


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