Archief rapporten en publicaties

  • Iran: They are shooting brazenly: Iran’s militarized response to May 2022 protests

    Rapport Engels

    This research briefing documents how Iranian security forces used unlawful force, including live ammunition, birdshot, teargas and watercannon, to crush…

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  • Protect the Protest! Why we must save our right to protest

    Rapport Engels

    Amnesty International has long worked to protect and expand the power of protest in defending and promoting human rights. For…

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  • Striking weapons in law enforcement

    Publication

    Recent footage of police in India attacking protesters and detainees with batons highlights the urgent need for law enforcement agencies…

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  • Iran: In death’s waiting room: Deaths in custody following deliberate denial of medical care in Iran’s prisons

    Rapport Engels

    This briefing documents how Iranian officials are committing shocking violations of the right to life by deliberately denying ailing prisoners…

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  • Sri Lanka: Still no answers: An update on the rights of victims of enforced disappearances in Sri Lanka

    Rapport Engels

    Victims of human rights violations in the context of the war and its aftermath, bravely continuing their quest for answers,…

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  • Colombia: Shoot on Sight: Eye Trauma in the Context of the National Strike

    Rapport Engels

    Colombia: Excessive force by riot police during National Strike left more than 100 people with eye trauma Violence and repression…

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  • Living Ghosts: The devastating impact of enforced disappearances in Pakistan

    Rapport Engels

    Living Ghosts, documents how enforced disappearance – in which state agents deny holding an individual or refuse to provide information…

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  • Xenophobic machines: Discrimination through unregulated use of algorithms in the Dutch childcare benefits scandal

    Rapport Engels

    Social security enforcement agencies worldwide are increasingly automating their processes in the hope of detecting fraud. The Netherlands is at…

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  • Sri Lanka: From burning houses to burning bodies: Anti-Muslim violence, discrimination and harassment in Sri Lanka

    Rapport Engels

    Sri Lanka’s Muslim community have faced incidents of violence, discrimination and harassment for decades. Most recently, since 2013, there have…

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  • Chile: Criminal liability of commanders for omission in connection with crimes committed during the social unrest

    Rapport Engels

    Executive Summary The purpose of this report is to analyse the criminal liability for omission of the authorities and commanders…

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  • Netherlands: Still no Safety: Venezuelans denied protection in Curaçao

    Rapport Engels

    Since Amnesty lnternational’s initials report in 2018, the rights of Venezuelans who have fled to Curaçao are still violated. They…

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  • Afghanistan: The fate of thousands hanging in the balance: Afghanistan’s fall into the hands of the Taliban

    Rapport Engels

    The Taliban have attempted to portray to the world that they will respect human rights- however the ground reality is…

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