Germany

Human Rights in Federal Republic of Germany

Amnesty International  Report 2013


The 2013 Annual Report on
Germany is now live »

????? ????? ?? ??????
20 August 2000

?????

Newsletter       EUR 01/003/2000

Europe: Concerns in Europe: January - June 2000
20 August 2000

This bulletin contains information about Amnesty International's main concerns in Europe between January and June 2000. Not every country in Europe ...

Newsletter       EUR 01/003/2000

Turkey: The alleged torture of Cevat Soysal at National ...
30 June 2000

This report summarizes the case of Cevat Soysal, who is currently on trial charged with separatism, which carries the death penalty. Amnesty International ...

Report       EUR 44/036/2000

Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Still forgotten: An update on ...
18 June 2000

This report updates the earlier report: "The forgotten resisters: the plight of conscientious objectors to military service after the conflict in Kosovo" (AI Index ...

Report       EUR 70/028/2000

Argentina: Cases of "disappeared" facing judicial closure in ...
21 May 2000

This report focuses on human rights violations committed in Argentina against German citizens and people of German descent during the military government ...

Report       AMR 13/003/2000

Germany: Further information on Forcible Return / Risk of ...
13 April 2000

On 27 March 2000, Egyptian asylum-seekers 'Abd al-Akher Hammad and Muhi al-Din Ahmad 'Abd al-Mun'im and their families were "formally" permitted ...

Urgent Action       EUR 23/003/2000

Europe: Concerns in Europe July-December 1999
1 March 2000

This bulletin contains information about Amnesty International's main concerns in Europe between July and December 1999. It contains special sections ...

Newsletter       EUR 01/001/2000

Germany: Forcible Return / Risk of Torture
18 February 2000

Amnesty International is very concerned that the German authorities may forcibly return the two Egyptian asylum-seekers, 'Abd al-Akher Hammad and ...

Urgent Action       EUR 23/002/2000

Germany: Further information on Fear of forcible repatriation ...
23 November 1999

Amnesty International has learned that Fathelrahman Abdallah has been allowed to stay in Germany for a further three months. His original leave to ...

Urgent Action       EUR 23/008/1999

Germany: Further information on fear of forcible repatriation ...
17 November 1999

On 12 November 1999, Fathelrahman Abdallah, the Sudanese national who was detained in Nuremberg awaiting deportation, was temporarily released ...

Urgent Action       EUR 23/007/1999