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Questioning the death penalty
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Questioning the death penalty

Amnesty International secretary-general Salil Shetty feels it's time for Malaysia to join theabolitionists, saying there is no evidence the death penalty is an effective deterrent. RIGHT now, more than 1,000 prisoners in Malaysia are waiting to ... TheStar.com.my, 1 month ago
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New Zealand to take 1000 refugees each year

Amnesty International Secretary General Salil Shetty wants to convince Prime minister John Key to at least double the intake of refugees into NZ. The number of refugees New Zealandwill accept is to increasefrom 750 to 1000 each year. Prime ...
 Dominion Post1 month ago New Zealand refugee quota upped to 1000 - 'stinks of a Government that doesn't care', say advocates  The Press NZ1 month ago

Thailand: Drop charges against Amnesty International Thailand Chair and others

Image:AI Thailand Chair Porpen Khongkaconkiet (L) and Piyanut Kotsan (R) of Amnesty International Thailand with Salil Shetty, Secretary General of Amnesty International. Amnesty International Responding to the news on 26 July 2016 that three ...
 PressReleasePoint1 day ago 3 Thai activists charged over damning report on military torture  Asian Correspondent2 days ago
Amnesty International

Global refugee deal risks being sacrificed on altar of selfish national interests

By Salil Shetty, Secretary General of Amnesty International , United Nations, New York, 28 July 2016, 10:38 UTC The world faces an unprecedented humanitarian crisis. On the 65th anniversary of the UN Refugee Convention being adopted, there are ...
 Amnesty International1 day ago Narrow National Interests Threaten Historic Refugee Agreement  Inter Press Service2 days ago

Not Security or Human Rights, but Security for Human Rights

By Salil Shetty, Secretary General of Amnesty International, University of Dakar , 27 May 2016, 13:55 UTC Introduction Thank you to the host for organizing this important event today - the National Institute for Human Rights and Peace, ...
 Amnesty International1 month ago Upholding the Norms that Protect Humanity  Amnesty International2 months ago The World Humanitarian Summit ends with two new commitments  Equilibrio Informativo2 months ago World Humanitarian Summit aims to tackle crisis  Houston Chronicle2 months ago

Thailand: Amnesty International Thailand's Chair and other activists face jail for exposing torture

The Thai authorities must immediately drop the criminal investigation against three of the country's most prominent human rights activists, including the chair of Amnesty International Thailand, who could be charged tomorrow for documenting and ...
 Amnesty International3 days ago
Hindu Business Line

The three-letter word now is CDO

Kabali opened to fireworks and cheering fans at 3.30 a m in Bengaluru on July 22. The IAA brought a fantastic line-up of speakers to the city at 9.30 am that morning. No comparison, but a hall full of students chose to stay and listen to the ...
 Hindu Business Line1 day ago
Amnesty International

UN: Narrow national self-interest must not scupper Ban Ki-moon's initiative to end refugee crisis

UN talks under way to agree a Global Compact on Refugees by 2018 Just one week left before game-changing proposal is locked in ahead of September Summit A strong outcome would give fresh hope to 20 million refugees worldwide States risk historic ...
 Amnesty International4 days ago
MSN Philippines

Thai activists charged over torture report

Three Thai human rights activists have been charged with criminal defamation over a report alleging torture by soldiers in southern Thailand. Allegations of military abuses in the south, home to a longstanding Muslim insurgency are nothing new. ...
 BBC3 days ago Thai activists charged over military torture report  Spy News Agency3 days ago

Ending Aids: Why Decriminalisation Of Sex Work Is A Human Rights Issue

The Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE) recently advocated that Decriminalization is a social justice issue that affects women and girls around the world. In their interpretation, Laws that criminalize trans-diverse populations, sexual ...
 Leadership6 days ago
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