Open letter to all members of the Security Council
This letter, written just before the Security Council’s December 2004 briefing by the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Sudan, is intended to provide Amnesty International’s latest information about the seriously deteriorating human rights situation in Darfur.
Liberia: recommendations to the Security Council and Special Representative of the Secretary-General
Includes recommendations regarding refugees and IDPs.
Statement by Amnesty International on the implementation of Security Council Resolution 1373
In resolution 1373 the Security Council (the Council) has adopted wide-ranging measures to combat what are broadly described as terrorist acts. The Council has called on states to take steps to suppress the financing of such acts, to refrain from supporting them, to ensure that those participating in them are brought to justice, and to … Continue reading Statement by Amnesty International on the implementation of Security Council Resolution 1373
Kosovo province, Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Amnesty International memorandum to UN Security Council
Since the beginning of NATO air attacks on the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY) on 24 March, Yugoslav security forces have intensified their efforts to forcibly expel ethnic Albanians en masse from their homes. More than four weeks later, ethnic Albanian refugees continue to flee Kosovo in large numbers. The United Nations High Commissioner for … Continue reading Kosovo province, Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Amnesty International memorandum to UN Security Council