Wire, September/October 2014. Vol. 44, issue 005
1) The Agenda 2) Up front: No more fear in Gambia 3) S.O.S. Europe: Bulgaria: Stories of hope and longing 4) My Body My Rights: El Salvador: ‘A witch hunt against poor women’ 5) MBMR: When sex is taboo 6) Russia: #SpeakOut: A tea party with a difference 7) Stop Torture: Philippines: How does Amnesty stop torture? 8) Stop Torture: Under the radar in Uzbekistan 9) Stop Torture: ‘The Mexican government could stop torture in six months’ 10) Death penalty: Japan: ‘Her belief in him could change anything’ 11) Forced evictions; Nigeria; Long journey to justice 12) Worldwide appeals: Belarus: Beaten by police for being gay; Ihar Tsikhanyuk; Ethiopia: Imprisoned for his journalism: Eskinder Nega; Israel/OPT: Villagers facing violence: The people of Nabi Saleh; Japan: 46 years on death row: Hakamada I’wao; Turkey: Beaten, burned and left for dead: Hakan Yaman; Uzbekistan: Serving 10 years for his journalism: Salidzhon Abdurakhmanov 13) Can writing a letter change a life?
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