Sudan: who will answer for the crimes?
This document considers cases of serious crimes under international human rights and humanitarian law committed in Darfur and elsewhere in Sudan, for which there has so far been no accountability. Amnesty International hopes that by reminding the world about the massive crimes that have repeatedly taken place in Sudan for more than two decades, it … Continue reading Sudan: who will answer for the crimes?
Sudan: deliberate and indiscriminate attacks against civilians in Darfur
This document outlines the human rights violations in Darfur, particularly relating to civilians and refugees, and to the possiblility of a forced displacement programme.
Iraq: responsibilities of the occupying powers
Includes concerns regarding forcible displacement
Burundi: memorandum to the African Commission on human and peoples’ rights
On the occasion of the 25th ordinary session of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights (the African Commission), to be held from 26 April to 5 May 1999 in Burundi, Amnesty International wishes to bring to the African Commission’s attention some of its current human rights concerns in Burundi. The organization appeals to … Continue reading Burundi: memorandum to the African Commission on human and peoples’ rights
Burundi: medical letter-writing action: conditions in regroupment (forced relocation) camps
Amnesty International is calling on the Burundian authorities to end the practice of forcibly relocating people and restricting their freedom of movement, to protect those inside and outside the camps from human rights violations, to prevent the spread of disease and to ensure that those in the camps have access to humanitarian aid.
January 2000 Newsletter
Includes a number of concerns regarding Colombian IDPs, Palestinian displaced persons and Burundian regroupment camps.