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Human Rights in The Kingdom of Spain

Amnesty International  Report 2013


The 2013 Annual Report on
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Spain and Morocco: Failure to protect the rights of migrants ...
25 October 2006

Amnesty International has serious concerns about the Spanish and Moroccan authorities' treatment of people attempting to cross the Spanish/Morrocan ...

Report       EUR 41/009/2006

Spain/Morocco: Rights of migrants and asylum-seekers still at ...
25 October 2006

Press Release       EUR 41/011/2006

Espagne/Maroc. Un an après Ceuta et Melilla, les droits des ...
25 October 2006

Press Release       EUR 41/011/2006

Amnesty International's Concerns at the 57th session of the ...
26 September 2006

Amnesty International continues to document serious violations of the human rights of refugees, asylum-seekers, internally displaced persons (IDPs) ...

Report       IOR 41/016/2006

Spain: Women in Spain: More rights, but obstacles remain ...
9 July 2006

One year ago, Spain's Law Against Gender-based Violence came into force. It is a positive step forward, but obstacles continue to stand in the way of ...

Action Document       EUR 41/004/2006

Rabat Conference: Tackle causes, not people
6 July 2006

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL EU OFFICE PRESS RELEASE. AI Index: EUR 01/016/2006. RABAT CONFERENCE: TACKLE CAUSES, NOT PEOPLE ...

Newsletter       EUR 01/016/2006

Spain/Morocco: No impunity for killing
4 July 2006

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Public Statement. AI Index: EUR 41/005/2006 (Public). News Service No: 174. 5 July 2006. ...

Press Release       EUR 41/005/2006

Spain: Place human rights at the core of peace talks in ...
2 July 2006

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PRESS RELEASE. AI Index: EUR 41/002/2006 (Public). News Service No: 169. 3 July 2006. ...

Press Release       EUR 41/002/2006

Spain: More rights, but the obstacles remain (Summary)
23 June 2006

One year ago, Spain's Law Against Gender-based Violence came into force. In the full report, for which this is the summary, Amnesty International assesses ...

Report       EUR 41/006/2006

World Cup statistics (WEB TEXT)
8 June 2006

With the football World Cup starting this week, we have a different set of statistics: violence against women is being played out in battlefields, bedrooms ...

Report       ACT 77/010/2006