Indonesia: new military operations, old patterns of human rights abuses in Aceh (Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam, NAD)
This report is divided into two parts. Part one provides details of the current human rights situation in NAD. Part two focuses on the situation for Acehnese refugees in Malaysia. Recommendations are provided to both the Indonesian and Malaysian governments, as well as to the United Nations (UN) and second governments which, if implemented, would … Continue reading Indonesia: new military operations, old patterns of human rights abuses in Aceh (Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam, NAD) →
Malaysia: human rights at risk: migrants
This document outlines the human rights implications of the Malaysian government’s decision to detain and deport large numbers of undocumented migrants, including asylum seekers.
Malaysia: asylum-seekers at risk in mass deportation of economic migrants
On 26 March 1998 Malaysian police mounted a major operation to deport more than 500 Indonesians from four heavily overcrowded immigration detention camps around the country. Hundreds more were deported over the following days. Those deported included individuals known to be at risk of human rights violations in Aceh province, Sumatra.
APEC: crisis, which crisis?
This paper highlights the impact of the crisis on the freedom of association and expression of workers and activists in four APEC member states namely Korea, Indonesia, China and Malaysia. It argues that securing basic human rights, including labour rights to freely organize and campaign for worker’s economic interests will be integral to economic recovery … Continue reading APEC: crisis, which crisis? →