The Wire, September 2004. Vol. 34, No. 8.
1) Women speak out in Solomon Islands 2) Rights still in the pipeline 3) Law quashes the right of Israeli Arab citizens to family life 4) Children and young people still in danger in Honduras 5) Human rights defenders in Iran continue to suffer harassment 6) Worldwide appeals: USA: Conscientious objector imprisoned; Nepal: Student leader 'disappeared'; Thailand: More 'disappearances' reported in the south; Viet Nam: Dissident jailed again in Viet Nam 7) Updates: Saudi Arabia; Turkmenistan; Cuba; Israel/Occupied Territories 8) New UN treaty set to combat 'disappearances' worldwide
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- India: Dalit rights activist released: Chandrashekhar Azad ‘Ravan’
- Oral statement during Item 4 debate on human rights situations requiring the attention of the UN Human Rights Council (HRC39): Egypt, China, Nicaragua, Venezuela
- Human Rights Council should create accountability mechanism for Myanmar atrocities. Amnesty International oral statement at the 39th session of the UN Human Rights Council