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Opposition to Anti-Terror Laws Grows

TWO international human rights organisations have called on MPs to reject the Security Laws (Amendment) Bill 2014 currently before Parliament. Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch (HRW) said the far-reaching changes proposed in the Bill will ... Individual.com, 5 days ago
Kenya: Opposition to Anti-Terror Laws Grows AllAfrica.com, 5 days ago

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Amnesty International Irish Section

Ireland: Amnesty calls for reform of Gender Recognition Bill

Amnesty International today welcomed the publication of the Gender Recognition Bill, but called for significant amendments in order to make it human rights compliant. The organisation is urging the Government to take steps to amend the Bill ...
 Amnesty International Irish Section1 day ago Public Bill Committee - Self-build and Custom Housebuilding Bill - 1st Sitting  United Kingdom Parliament2 days ago Public Bill Committee - Infrastructure Bill [Lords] - 2nd Sitting  United Kingdom Parliament3 days ago

EDITORIAL: NGOs must comply with law but let's be fair

Even before the Public Benefits Organisations Bill passes into law, the Government appears determined to crack down on the civil society. On Tuesday, the N Co-ordination Board said it was deregistering some 525 Ns, 15 of which were linked to ...
 Business Daily Africa2 days ago Public sector hiring freeze  Cyprus Mail2 days ago

Bangladesh to amend war crimes law

News Desk The Daily Star Publication Date : 08-12-2014 A bill amending the International Criminal Tribunal (ICT)law to let the tribunals try and punish organisations for war crimes is likely to be passed in parliament in January, said ...
 Asia News Network1 week ago

Jubilee's formula on antipathy to civil society

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria, the sponsor of the Public Benefits Organisations Act. The lawmaker has often said he was looking out for the interests of Kenyans by calling for transparency of the NGO funds. [PHOTO: FILE/STANDARD] NAIROBI: The ...
 East African Standard2 days ago

Upbeat Swing For Bayelsa International Jazz Festival

• Seun Kuti, Bright Gain, Ras Kimono, Diana Bada on the bill YENAGO, the capital of Bayelsa State, is already in frenzy mood, as notable musicians are getting set to storm the oil rich town for this year's edition of the Bayelsa International ...
 The Guardian Nigeria2 weeks ago

Accent to Our Bill, Get Our Votes,...

By John Okeke Abuja — AS the world commemorated the 2014 International Day of Persons with Disabilities yesterday, the victims have challenged President Goodluck Jonathan that unless he signs the bill with persons with disabilities into law, he ...
 AllAfrica.com2 weeks ago Accent to our bill, get our votes, PLWDs tell Jonathan  The Guardian Nigeria2 weeks ago
Jagran Post

Gates strict open access policy may have domino effect

By Tania Rabesandratana The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, a major supporter of health and development research , is to introduce an open access policy next month for the studies it funds that goes further than most other research funders. The ...
 SciDev.net2 days ago Gates' Strict Open Access Policy May Have Domino Effect  Individual.com1 day ago Africa: Gates' Strict Open Access Policy May Have Domino Effect  AllAfrica.com1 day ago Man spreads message of perfect 'sanitation' this Diwali  Jagran Post1 month ago
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Kenya: International Press Institute Concerned About Security Bill

By Siobhan Hagan, IPI Contributor Measures could severely inhibit media freedom, expand surveillance powers The International Press Institute (IPI) expressed concern that a security bill Kenya's Parliament is expected to vote on today could ...
 AllAfrica.com1 day ago Kenyan parliament to vote on restrictive security bill  Ifex1 day ago Security law causes fights in Kenyan House  Independent On Saturday1 day ago : African press review 17 December 2014  Radio France Internationale3 days ago
Nigeria Daily Independent

As National Disability Bill becomes law

By Chibuzor Emejor Correspondent, Abuja On December 3, 2014, Nigeria joined the rest of the world to commemorate International Day of Persons with Disabilities. It is a day set aside by United Nations to recognise issues affecting persons with ...
 Nigeria Daily Independent5 days ago
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