Repression, violation of human rights and legislation preventing freedom of expression have been the emblem of the regime of Vladimir Putin, Amnesty International has said in a new report.
At its AGM on April 14 2013, Amnesty International UK passed a resolution on the Human Rights of sick and disabled people in the UK.
A new book examines the mistakes made by the left in finding common cause with the islamic far-right.
Syria: Amnesty International this morning revealed further, chilling details of life in Aleppo under the tyranny of Assad’s army thugs and Shabiha militia.
Mexico is now seen as the most dangerous country in the world to be a journalist, writes Donnacha DeLong, president of the National Union of Journalists.
Alex Hern reports on the Syrian regime of despotic mass-murdering tyrant Bashar al-Assad sinking to a new low in the Arab spring.
There’s more than one way of muzzling the press; at least super-injunctions don’t imprison or kill, writes Amnesty International UK’s Mike Blakemore.
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Oliver Sprague, Amnesty International UK Arms Programme Director, outlines the issues sorrunding UK export of fluids for lethal injections and the action the government should take.
The refusal of the Coalition to endorse a European Union directive to combat the trade in sex slaves and child trafficking shows the weakness of the Liberal Democrat arm of the Government.
Is technology really good for human rights? This is the question that a selection of experts debated yesterday evening at Amnesty International’s London office.