Serbia and Montenegro: a wasted year: the continuing failure to fulfil key human rights commitments made to the Council of Europe
This report includes concerns and recommendations regarding refugees in the region and their safe reture, particularly Roma people.
Greece: appeal cases: ill-treatment and the misuse of firearms
Appeal cases related to the joint AI/IHF report Greece: in the shadow of impunity: ill-treatment and the misuse of firearms
Greece: in the shadow of impunity: ill-treatment and the misuse of firearms
This report documents the persistence of serious human rights violations in Greece. In particular, it presents numerous allegations of ill-treatment, in some cases amounting to torture, of detainees, generally during arrest or at police stations. It also examines a number of instances of shootings, in disputed circumstances, resulting in the death or wounding of individuals, … Continue reading Greece: in the shadow of impunity: ill-treatment and the misuse of firearms
Greece: ill-treatment, shootings and impunity
This document is a summary of a detailed report: GREECE: In the Shadow of Impunity — Ill-treatment and the Misuse of Firearms (AI Index: EUR 25/022/2002) issued jointly by Amnesty International (AI) and the International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights (IHF), in September 2002. The full report documents many individual cases, analyses the concerns they … Continue reading Greece: ill-treatment, shootings and impunity
Bosnia-Herzegovina: waiting on the doorstep: minority returns to eastern Republika Srpska
This document describes Amnesty International’s concerns in 2000 and puts forward recommendations related to the implementation of the right to return in parts of the Republika Srpska, notably the Drina river valley (also known as the Podrinje region) in the east of the entity.
France: further information on the fatal shooting of child refugee: appeal against ruling that police officer who shot Todor Bogdanovic should not be prosecuted
On 18 September 1997 an appeal court in Aix-en Provence (Chambre d’Accusation de la Cour d’Appel d’Aix-en-Provence) will consider an appeal against a judicial ruling that there were no grounds for prosecution (non-lieu) of a police officer who shot and killed eight-year-old Todor Bogdanovic. The child was a member of a convoy of Roma from … Continue reading France: further information on the fatal shooting of child refugee: appeal against ruling that police officer who shot Todor Bogdanovic should not be prosecuted