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  • Report

    Syria: “You’re going to your death” Violations against Syrian refugees returning to Syria

    Syrian intelligence officers have subjected women, children and men returning to Syria to unlawful or arbitrary detention, torture and other…

  • Report

    Nicaragua: Where are they?: Enforced disappearance as a strategy of repression

    Since 28 May 2021, the government of Daniel Ortega has pursued a new phase of its repressive strategy. Characteristic elements…

  • Report

    Russia: No place for protest

    The right to freedom of peaceful assembly is a fundamental human right enshrined both in international and regional treaties to…

  • Publication

    Chemical irritants in law enforcement

    Across the world, from the streets of Thailand to Philadelphia (USA), from Greece to Chile, the police continue to use…

  • coal power station in Gelsenkirchen, Germany

    Climate change, justice and human rights

    This collection of ten essays explores the opportunities, threats and difficulties at the nexus of human rights and climate change.

  • Report

    Human Rights Committee 2nd Draft General Comment on the Right to Freedom of Peaceful Assembly

    In November 2019, during its 127th session, the Human Rights Committee finalised its first reading of draft General Comment 37…

  • Cover of Shifting Power and Human Rights Diplomacy: China

    Shifting Power and Human Rights Diplomacy: China

    Essaybundel: wat betekent de toenemende invloed van China voor de internationale bescherming en bevordering van mensenrechten?

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    Biashara na Haki – Impacts of Businesses on Human Rights

    The Biashara na Haki: Impacts of Businesses on Human Rights series seeks to respond to concerns raised by HURICAP’s…

  • Man laat een deel van een wapen zien dat werd gebruikt bij aanvallen op burgerdoelen in Sanaa, Jemen in 2015.

    Wapenbedrijven houden te weinig rekening met mensenrechten

    Wapenhandelaren moeten meer rekening houden met mensenrechten. Ze moeten ervoor zorgen dat hun producten niet worden gebruikt voor mensenrechtenschendingen in conflictgebieden als Jemen of Syrië.

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    PHRP Expert Meeting on Predictive Policing

    On 20.-21. May 2019, the Police and Human Right Programme (PHRP) of Amnesty International Netherlands held an expert meeting on…