The 2013 Annual Report on
Burundi is now live »
A new press law that would severely limit the activities of journalists in Burundi poses a grave threat to freedom of expression, Amnesty International said today ...
A draft law that includes new press-related crimes and exorbitant fines for journalists who violate them looks set to be signed off by Burundi's President.
A draft press law which would severely limit the activities of journalists has been adopted by the Burundian Senate and is expected to be promulgated by the President ...
Urgent Action AFR 16/002/2013
A draft press law which would severely limit the activities of journalists is soon to be debated by the Burundian Senate. It could make journalists criminally liable ...
Urgent Action AFR 16/001/2013
In this document Amnesty International makes recommendations to the governments of different states about ratification of international human rights standards, ...
Report IOR 41/029/2012
In its submissions, Amnesty International endeavours to assess the level of implementation of recommendations made by other states in the first Universal Periodic ...
Report IOR 41/021/2012
In the four years since Burundi's human rights record was first assessed under the Universal Periodic Review, impunity for human rights violations – both past and ...
Report AFR 16/003/2012
Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights.