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Amnesty International  Report 2013


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Japan urged to restore dignity to WWII "comfort women" ...
3 November 2008

The UN Human Rights Committee has called on the Government of the Japanto restore dignity to the survivors of Japan's military sexual slaverysystem ...

Story      

Testimonies from Judges and Prosecutors on the Death ...
1 November 2008

On 21 October 2008, four judges and prosecutors from Japan, Jordan, Nigeria and the USA, who have participated in death penalty cases, gave their ...

Report       ACT 50/018/2008

Japan: Hakamada Iwao [Global letter-writing marathon 2008]
29 October 2008

Hakamada Iwao is suffering from mental illness after spending over 28 years in solitary confinement and lives with the constant fear of execution. After ...

Document       ASA 22/007/2008

HAKAMADA IWAO - JAPÓN
29 October 2008

HAKAMADA IWAO - JAPÓN

Document       ASA 22/007/2008

Worldwide Appeals: October 2008
1 October 2008

1) Japan: Forty years on death row 2) Nigeria: Indefinite detention 3) Saudi Arabia: Executions and floggings may be imminent 4) Turkey: Activist in police ...

Document       NWS 22/002/2008

Japan: Fear of imminent execution: Makino Tadashi (m)
1 October 2008

Death row prisoner Makino Tadashi has just had his latest appeal for clemency rejected on 30 September 2008, and is at imminent risk of execution. ...

Urgent Action       ASA 22/010/2008

Japan: New executions emphasize need for death penalty ...
11 September 2008

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. 11 September 2008. AI Index No: ASA 22/008/2008. Japan: New executions ...

Document       ASA 22/008/2008

Japan: Amnesty International Submission to the UN Human ...
1 September 2008

Japan. Amnesty International Submission to the UN Human Rights Committee. 94 th session of the UN Human Rights Committee ...

Document       ASA 22/012/2008

Amnesty International | Japan: Environmental activists must be ...
14 July 2008

Amnesty International has expressed its deep concern to the primeminister of Japan about the detention of two Greenpeace activists,Junichi Sato and ...

Press Release      

'Comfort Women': waiting for justice after 62 years | Amnesty ...
5 July 2008

Thousands of women known as 'comfort women', were forced into sexual servitude by the Government of Japan for sexual servitude for the armed forces ...

Action Document