Following the conviction of Brishna's rapist on 25 October, the Afghan authorities have now committed to ensuring her protection. The 10-year-old girl ...
Urgent Action ASA 11/015/2014
Freedom of religion remains severely restricted in Indonesia, despite guarantees in the country's Constitution and frequent public commitments ...
Report ASA 21/018/2014
Trials of two leading activists on Friday will lay bare the Chinese authorities' duplicity over the rule of law, Amnesty International said.
The trials of two leading activists in China on Friday will lay bare the authorities' duplicity over the rule of law.
Leon Taylor was executed in the first few minutes of 19 November in Missouri for a murder committed during a robbery in 1994. This was the ninth execution ...
Urgent Action AMR 51/054/2014
In this open letter the Post-2015 Human Rights Caucus, a cross-constituency coalition of development, environment, trade union, feminist and human ...
Open Letter ACT 35/019/2014
The key value of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) lies in its potential to contribute to tangible improvements in the situation of human rights in the ...
Report IOR 41/040/2014
The Chinese government's increasing efforts to influence global cyberspace rules is a further sign that internet freedom is under a sustained attack, said ...
A key UN vote has sent a clear message to the North Korean government that those responsible for crimes against humanity must face justice.
China's efforts to have a greater say in the global rules for the web is further evidence internet freedom is under a sustained attack.