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    Kazachstan: activist vrijgelaten, maar aanklacht blijft

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  • Anwar Ibrahim uit Maleisië bij zijn vrijlating op 16 mei 2018.
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    Anwar Ibrahim uit Maleisië is vrijgelaten

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  • Ankara-Pride op 11 mei 2018
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    Ankara-Pride kon toch doorgaan

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  • Bobomurod Abdellayef
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    Oezbekistan: gewetensgevangene Abdullayev vrij

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    Israël: ernstig gewonde Palestijnse betoger krijgt medische zorg

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  • Sudanese activisten vrijgelaten
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    Sudan: vrijlating van politieke activisten is hun recht, geen geschenk

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  • Patricia Gualinga, from the Kichwa community of Sarayaku, at the press conference before their hearing at the Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos (Inter-American Court of Human Rights), Costa Rica, July 2011. The Indigenous Kichwa People of Sarayaku (Pueblo Originario Kichwa de Sarayaku) of Ecuador is campaigning for their right to be consulted, including their right to consent, regarding development projects that affect them. Some time ago, the government authorized a company to enter their ancestral land and drill for oil without having consulted with Sarayaku beforehand. Sarayaku’s case is representative of the case of many other Indigenous communities across the Americas. But they have gone a step farther. Having exhausted all judicial avenues at home, they have taken their case to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. The Court’s forthcoming ruling will send a strong message to the Ecuadorian government and to all governments across the region. Amnesty International is supporting Sarayaku’s campaign to defend their own rights and the rights of many other communities across the Americas. Governments must consult with Indigenous people before carrying out development projects which may affect their lives.
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    Ecuador: Landrechtenactiviste krijgt bescherming

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  • Tadjadine Mahamat Babouri
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    Tsjaad: Activist Mahadine vrijgelaten

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    Polen: vervolging van journalist gestaakt

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  • Amnesty International Zimbabwe activists march through the capital Harare to peacefully protest against the death penalty on World Day Against the Death Penalty. Events took place in the city that day including a rally under the title - Time to abolish the death penalty in Zimbabwe. Justice minister Emerson Mnangagwa spoke at the rally. Death Penalty Day that falls on October 10 every year, is meant to encourage states to adopt the principle that ‘the use of the death penalty undermines human dignity’.
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    Zimbabwe: doodvonnissen omgezet naar celstraf

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  • Jerryme Corre tijdens een bezoek aan de gevangenis van een Amnesty-delegatie, 2015
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    Filipijnen: Jerryme Corre vrjjgelaten

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  • © © William Adrían/Agrupación Ciudadana por la Despenalización del Aborto El Salvador
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    El Salvador: vrouw vrij die gevangenisstraf kreeg na doodgeboren kind

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