Yemen: Human rights agenda for change
Today, Yemen is at critical juncture. Either it brings to an end the persistent human rights abuses and begins to tackle the problem of impunity for decades of violations, or it risks further instability and the worsening of the human rights situation. Amnesty International is calling on the Yemeni government to commit to adopting and implementing a clear human rights agenda for change that respects, protects, fulfils and promotes human rights. To assist in this, Amnesty International presents this 11-point agenda.
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