Kenya: the impact of anti-terrorism operations on human rights
In this report Amnesty International makes a number of recommendations calling on the Kenyan authorities to ensure respect for the rule of law and the protection of human rights. It includes particular concerns regarding the rights of refugees and asylum seekers.
Rights on the move: refugees, asylum-seekers, migrants and the internally displaced
This is a brief overview on the rights of displaced people and migrants.
Thailand: memorandum on human rights concerns
Includes particular concerns regarding the rights of refugees
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.
Refugees: rights wherever you are
This is a brief informational pamphlet on refugees and their rights.
United Kingdom/Northern Ireland: an inclusive Bill of Rights for all
Includes discussion of the rights of asylum seekers
Burundi: between hope and fear
This report summarizes key human rights challenges at a complex and critical time for Burundi, reiterating many of the concerns and recommendations expressed in previous Amnesty International reports in relation to the killings of unarmed civilians, torture, ”disappearances”, arbitrary arrests, unfair trials, the death penalty and the rights of the displaced and refugees.
1998 UN Commission on Human Rights: building on past achievements
In this document, Amnesty International pays particular attention to the following themes at the Commission: the human rights of refugees, abolition of the death penalty, the draft declaration on human rights defenders, the human rights of women, and the review of the Vienna Declaration and the Programme of Action and the 50th anniversary of the … Continue reading 1998 UN Commission on Human Rights: building on past achievements
Burundi: protecting human rights: an intrinsic part of the search for peace
Amnesty International is submitting this memorandum for the consideration of all those involved in the search for peace in Burundi, both nationally and internationally. The memorandum provides a number of recommendations for human rights protection and promotion which the organization hopes will be considered by all parties to the talks as they return to Arusha, … Continue reading Burundi: protecting human rights: an intrinsic part of the search for peace
Living in the shadows: a primer on the human rights of migrants
The primer seeks to articulate AI’s key message to the public, policy-makers and other actors: migrants’ rights are human rights. Accordingly, AI calls on campaigners, advocates and other activists to concentrate on eight key priority areas when promoting migrants’ rights:1. focus on those migrants most at risk – irregular migrants, migrant women and migrant children2. … Continue reading Living in the shadows: a primer on the human rights of migrants