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The Government of Japan must accept historical responsibilityand apologise to the victims of Japan's military sexual slavery system.
South Korea: Policing the Candlelight Protests in South Korea
Report ASA 25/008/2008
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. 12 September 2008. AI Index No: ASA 25/009/2008. Republic of Korea (South Korea): Government ...
Document ASA 25/009/2008
The statements in this document were made during the eighth main session of the Human Rights Council that took place from 2 to 18 June 2008.
Report IOR 41/034/2008
Amnesty International welcomes the calls on the government to abolish the death penalty; to amend or abolish the National Security Law, and to ratify the Optional ...
Document IOR 41/027/2008
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: ASA 25/004/2008 (Public). Date: 08 May 2008. South Korea: On-going Crackdown against Migrant's Trade Union. ...
Document ASA 25/004/2008
This document contains recommendations made during the interactive dialogue in the UPR Working Group with Benin, France, Ghana, Guatemala, Japan, Pakistan, Peru ...
Document IOR 41/042/2008
In 2007 the world continued to move closer to the universal abolition of the capital punishment. A historical landmark is the resolution on a moratorium on executions ...
Report ACT 50/002/2008