Publikationen Amnesty International

Publikationen Amnesty International

-2017-

Nepal: Government must deliver on promises on migrant worker abuse (08.08.2017 research)

Turning people into profits – Abuse recruitment, trafficking and forced labour of Nepali migrant workers (06.06.2017 research)

Nepal: Unscrupulous recruiters given free rein to exploit migrants (06.06.2017 news)

Open Letter to the Attorney General of Nepal: Pursue Appeal in Maina Sunuwar’s case (19.05.2017 research)

„What I want is for the Governmetn to Help“ – Nepal: Ensure the right to adequate housing for the marginalised in post-earthquake Nepal (25.04.2017 research)

„BUILDING INEQUALITY“ – The failure of the Nepali Government to protect the marginalised in post-earthquake reconstruction efforts (25.04.2017 research report)

Nepal: Two years on, the government continues to fail marginalised earthquake survivors (25.04.2017 news)

Nepal: Need Effective Steps to Enforce Court Verdicts (20.04.2017 news)

Nepal: Investigation urgently needed after security forces shoot protesters dead (07.03.2017 news)

Nepal 2016/2017 (21.02.2017 annual report)

Qatar –  New name, old system? Qatar’s new employment law and abuse of migrant workers  (15.02.2017 research)

 

-2016-

Qatar – New name, old system? Qatar’s new employment law and abuse of migrant workers  (12.12.2016 research)

Young Danish reporter put human rights on the front page (30.09.2016 education)

Ein Mädchen schert aus  (Amnesty Journal August 2016)

Nepal: Investigate police torture of Tharu community members (19.07.2016 news)

Torture and coerced confessions (19.07.2016 research)

Wire Magazine July – September 2016: International Day of Disappeared  (04.07.2016 research)

Nepal – When the earthquake came (22.04.2016 campaign)

Nepal: End Intimidation of Human Rights Commission (15.04.2016 research)

Qatar: Abuse of World Cup workers exposed (31.03.2016 news)

Qatar: Executive Summary: The Ugly Side of the Beautiful Game: Exploitation of migrant workers on a Qatar 2022 World Cup site (31.03.2016 research)

Qatar: Letters of response: Executive Summary: The Ugly Side of the Beautiful Game: Exploitation of migrant workers on a Qatar 2022 World Cup site (30.03.2016 research)

Qatar: The Ugly Side of the Beautiful Game: Exploitation of migrant workers on a Qatar 2022 World Cup site  (30.03.2016 research)

Nepal: New Constitution fails to adequately protect women and marginalized communities (17.03.2016 research)

Burkino Faso: 9 ways you defend women’s rights worldwide (03.03.2016 campaigns)

Nepal: Police must halt the use of excessive force against protestors with immediate effect  (27.01.2016 research)

 

2015

Nepal: Critical shortages of essential medicines and services puts live and health at risk  (23.12.2015 research)

Nepal: Open letter to the new Prime Minister of Nepal: Amend regressive aspects of the constitution (03.11.2015 research)

How the wisdom of crowds can help defend human rights  (16.10.2015 campaigns)

Nepal: Suggested recommendations to Nepal considered in the 23rd round of the Universal Periodic Review, 4  November 2015 (30.09.2015 research)

Nepal: Foltervorwürfe (29.09.2015 UA_212/15)

Nepal: Still no justice for conflict-related human rights abuses one year on from Nanda Prasad Adhikari’s dead (22.09.2015 research)

Nepal: Police restraint urged as at least 20 more shot amid Constitution-related protests  (21.09.2015 news)

Suggested  recommendations to States considered in the 23rd round of the Universal Periodic Review, 2-13 November 2015 (15.09.2015 research)

Nepal:  Police must refrain from excessive use of force as another protester killed (27.08.2015 research)

Nepal: Police must refrain from using excessive force in protests (19.08.2015 research)

Nepal: Break the walls of impunity and injustice (03.08.2015 research)

Nepal: Submission from Amnesty International on Nepal’s draft constituion as part of the consultation process, July 2015 (22.07.2015 research)

Nepal: Extend time for public consultation on new constitution: Repeal regressive aspects of draft (22.07.2015 research)

Nepal: Reconstruction must not leave behind those most affected by the earthquake (24.06.2015 news)

Nepal: End discrimination in earthquake relief report (01.06.2015 news)

Nepal: Earthquake recovery must safeguard human rights (01.06.2015 research)

Women’s Rights – How Far Have We Come? (27.02.2015 campaigns)

„Hundert Prozent Straffreiheit“  ( 01.02.2015 Amnesty Journal Artikel)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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