Suggested recommendations to States considered in the 25th round of the Universal Periodic Review, 2-13 May 2016
This document contains Amnesty International’s suggested recommendations for the 14 states – Antigua and Barbuda, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Papua New Guinea, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Samoa, Sudan, Suriname, Swaziland, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago that are coming up for...
Following the adoption by the Surinamese National Assembly of an amendment to the 1992 amnesty law, Amnesty International wishes to remind the judiciary of Suriname of its obligation to uphold human rights law in the trial of the current President and other co-defendants for their alleged...
Suggested recommendations to States considered in the 11th round of Universal Periodic Review, 2-13 May 2011
In this document Amnesty International makes recommendations to the governments of different states about ratification of international human rights standards, domestic legislation and human rights violations. The abuses considered include administrative detention, refoulement, forced eviction,...
Suriname: After 25 Years, a chance for accountability and justice for the families of victims of the December 1982 extrajudicial killings
Suriname: important commitment to the International Criminal Court must not be marred by entering into an unlawful impunity agreement with the USA
Suriname should support the International Criminal Court by acceding to it as soon as possible and refusing to enter into unlawful US impunity agreement.
Amnesty International has serious human rights concerns in Amnesty International has serious human rights concerns in Suriname, ranging from impunity for violations committed over the last two decades and ongoing violations by security forces to prison conditions and treatment of detainees. Other...
This report highlights the fact that every day, in every region of the world, men, women and children are subjected to torture. In the great majority of cases, there is no investigation of these crimes and no one is prosecuted for them. Torture is committed with impunity. As part of Amnesty...