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Amnesty International  Report 2013


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Invitation: Press conference: human rights defenders under ...
3 November 2005

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Media Advisory. AI Index: AFR 59/012/2005 (Public). News Service No: 296. 3 November 2005. ...

Press Release       AFR 59/012/2005

Uganda: East Africa and Horn of Africa governments must put ...
31 October 2005

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PRESS RELEASE. AI Index: AFR 59/011/2005 (Public). News Service No: 292. 31 October 2005. ...

Press Release       AFR 59/011/2005

Uganda: First ever arrest warrants by International Criminal ...
13 October 2005

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Media Briefing. AI Index: AFR 59/008/2005 (Public). News Service No: 274. 14 October 2005. ...

Press Release       AFR 59/008/2005

Uganda: Governments must back first ever arrest warrants by ...
13 October 2005

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PRESS RELEASE. News Flash. AI Index: AFR 59/010/2005 (Public). News Service No: 274. 14 October 2005. ...

Press Release       AFR 59/010/2005

The Wire, October 2005. Vol. 35, No. 9.
30 September 2005

1) Women fight for rights in Afghan elections 2) Colombia's paramilitaries 'recycled' into conflict 3) Torture debases justice in US bid to contain 'terror ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/009/2005

Democratic Republic of Congo: North-Kivu: Civilians pay the ...
27 September 2005

This report argues that urgent measures are needed to strengthen the protection of civilians in North-Kivu. Among these measures are ensuring that ...

Report       AFR 62/013/2005

Uganda: Independent media and the right to information ...
14 August 2005

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Public Statement. AI Index: AFR 59/006/2005 (Public). News Service No: 224. 15 August 2005. ...

Press Release       AFR 59/006/2005

Uganda: Intimidation of lesbian and gay activists
1 August 2005

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. Public Statement. AI Index: AFR 59/003/2005 (Public). News Service No: 208. 2 August 2005. ...

Press Release       AFR 59/003/2005

The Wire, August 2005. Vol. 35, No.7.
31 July 2005

1) Mass forced evictions in Zimbabwe continue 2) Japan's 'comfort women' demand public apology 3) Uganda's 'night commuters' seek protection from ...

Newsletter       NWS 21/007/2005

Uganda: Women run projects to heal and bring hope
28 July 2005

Uganda: Women run projects to heal and bring hope. by Evelyne Okoth, Co-ordinator of Mifumi, an organisation that works ...

Report       AFR 59/002/2005