9 June 2010
A new Amnesty International report says that governments are at risk of failing some of the world's most impoverished and vulnerable groups.
One year on from Iran’s disputed June 2009 presidential election, Amnesty International has documented a crackdown on dissent that has left journalists, political and rights activists, students and clerics languishing in prisons.
28 April 2010
A new Amnesty International report details how migrants are preyed on by criminal gangs while public officials turn a blind eye or even play an active part.
27 April 2010
An Amnesty International report shows how hundreds are killed or injured each month. Many are targeted for their religious, ethnic or sexual identity.
14 April 2010
President Viktor Yanukovych urged to protect people from torture and other ill-treatment in police custody, racial discrimination and other abuses.
12 April 2010
A new Amnesty International report documents how countries rely on 'no torture' promises from governments with proven records of torture.
8 April 2010
7 April 2010
Amnesty International urges the Ugandan authorities to provide support for women seeking justice for sexual and domestic violence.
Amnesty International is calling on European nations to take concrete action to break the cycle of discrimination, poverty and exclusion experienced by Romani communities in Europe.
30 March 2010
As Amnesty International publishes its world overview of the death penalty for 2009, the organization challenges the Chinese authorities to reveal how many people they execute and sentence to death