The 78th International Labour Conference: Amnesty International's concerns relevant to the effective implementation of International Labour Organization conventions
1. Colombia: Convention 87 (incl. killings of German Antonio Redondo and Gloria Amparo Viveros Lucumy). 2. Lesotho: Convention no. 87 (incl. arrest of five teachers' leaders and killing of Bathobakae Mokhothu). 3. Pakistan: Convention 87 (incl. arrests of Usman Ghani, Mohammed Khan, Feroz Karim and Habibuddin Junaidi. 4. Peru: Convention 87 (incl. disappearance of Constantino Saavedra Munoz, shooting of protestors at a factory in Chimbote, Ancash department and death of Leonarda Tonccoche during dispersal of a demonstration by police. 5. Philippines: Convention 87 (incl. killings of David Borja, Ferdinand Pelaro, Reynaldo de la Fuente and Aguinaldo Marfil). 6. Brazil: Convention 107 (incl. killing of Mario Davis, Damiao Mendes and Lourenco Yekuana, indigenous people).
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