Iraq: on whose behalf?: human rights and the economic reconstruction process in Iraq
This document consists of recommendations related to the human rights issues emerging from the economic reconstruction process. It includes concerns regarding forced displacement.
Iraq: refugees and displaced persons: protection first
Amnesty International calls on all governments, and in particular parties to the conflict and neighbouring states, to give urgent attention to ensuring respect for the rights of Iraqi refugees and internally displaced persons, and others fleeing Iraq. They must be given protection and assistance in accordance with international humanitarian, refugee and human rights standards.
Iraq: Europe and the crisis in Iraq: statement to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
Amnesty International has concerns relating to the fighting in Iraq, its effect on civilian population and infrastructure, and other consequences, including in Council of Europe member states. AI are also concerned at the failure of states to respect and ensure respect of the laws of war, including the protection of civilians. Council of Europe member … Continue reading Iraq: Europe and the crisis in Iraq: statement to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe →
Iraq: responsibilities of the occupying powers
Includes concerns regarding forcible displacement
Iraq: victims of systematic repression
This report addresses the range of Amnesty International concerns about human rights violations committed in Iraq in recent years, including arbitrary arrest and detention, torture, the death penalty, possible extrajudicial executions and forcible expulsion of non-Arabs.