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1) International Women's Day: Women make history 2) International Women's Day: 'I had to stay quietâ€¦' Sexual violence during Haiti carnival 3) Livewire: Accounts ...
Document NWS 21/001/2009
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. OPEN LETTER. Date 29 January 2009. AI Index: ASA 01/001/2009. To the governments of Bangladesh, India, Indonesia ...
Document ASA 01/001/2009
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. 20 January 2009. AI Index No: ASA 39/002/2009. Thailand: Thai government must not fail Lao ...
Document ASA 39/002/2009
People are being brutally beaten, burnt with candles, buried up totheir necks in the ground, subjected to electric shocks and exposed tointense heat or cold, accor
E MBARGOED FOR 0400 GMT 13 January 2009. Contents. ...
Report ASA 39/001/2009
Thai security forces pursuing a counter-insurgency campaign in the country's violence-plagued southern provinces systematically engage in torture and other ill- ...
A key figure in the defence of human rights in Thailand for 25 years, Somchai Homlaor is the President of the Cross Cultural Foundation (CrCF),an NGO that organizes
The Thai government, its proxies and anti-government groups should nowmake commitments to ending human rights abuses, according to a jointstatement by Amnest.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL/. HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH. MEDIA BRIEFING. AI Index No: ASA 39/010/2008. 3 December 2008. Thailand: Protest groups and ...
Document ASA 39/010/2008
Migrants, asylum-seekers and refugees are regularly deprived of their liberty purely for administrative convenience. Many countries use detention to deter people ...
Report POL 33/004/2008