Hong Kong: Missing Truth, Missing Justice
This document sets out the necessity and international legal framework for establishing a commission of inquiry to investigate the widespread human rights violations related to the protests that erupted in 2019. It also makes recommendations regarding the establishment of such a commission, including its composition, power and resources, process and scope of inquiry. Amnesty International believes setting up a commission of inquiry in compliance with international standards is a vital first step towards healing the deep wounds that have been left by the protests. Crucially, an independent investigation will also help restore public order by breaking the cycle of violence.
View report in English
- Joint open letter by civil society organizations and independent experts calling on states to implement an immediate moratorium on the sale, transfer and use of surveillance technology
- Bangladesh: No Space for Dissent - Bangladesh's Crackdown on Freedom of Expression Online
- Bangladesh: #UnGagDissent in Bangladesh: Activist Toolkit