A Human Rights Agenda for ASEM II (Asia-Europe meeting), 3-4 April 1998, London
Amnesty International calls upon the governments at the Asia-Europe Meeting to put into practice their stated commitment to human rights by providing for NGO participation and access, addressing regional issues and ensuring that human rights are addressed as part of the meeting's dialogue with business.
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