Joint NGO Press Statement:Death In Custody

Posted September 26, 2009 by aimalaysia
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Immigration Detention Centres: How many more must die?
25 September 2009

On 3 September 2009, it was reported that a Burmese detainee at KLIA Immigration Detention Centre died on 29 August 2009 due to an unknown illness and six other detainees with similar symptoms were hospitalised at Putrajaya General Hospital[1]. Today, 25 September 2009, it was reported that six Burmese detainees have died at an undisclosed detention centre allegedly due to Leptospirosis[2]. Leptospirosis is an infectious disease that occurs due to water or food contaminated by animal urine. Read the rest of this post »

IRAN:SEVEN BAHA’IS leaders RISK EXECUTION

Posted July 7, 2009 by aimalaysia
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The seven members of Iran’s Baha’i religious minority are scheduled for trial on 11 July. If convicted, they could face the death penalty. Read the rest of this post »

Iran:Human Rights Lawyer risks torture

Posted June 30, 2009 by aimalaysia
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Human rights lawyer Mohammad Mostafaei was arrested on 25 June, probably in relation to his human rights activities and his peaceful exercise of the right to freedom of expression and association after the disputed re-election of President Ahmadinejad. Mohammad Mostafaei is a prisoner of conscience. He is at risk of torture. Read the rest of this post »

RESOLUTION ON AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL INDEPENDENT OF CORPORATE INTERESTS

Posted June 18, 2009 by aimalaysia
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COMMITMENT TO LONG-TERM WORK ON BEHALF OF PRISONERS OF CONSCIENCE

Posted June 18, 2009 by aimalaysia
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DECISION ON THE PRINCIPLES OF IMPARTIALITY AND DEMOCRACY OF AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL

Posted June 18, 2009 by aimalaysia
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PROTECTION OF THE ESCR OF DISABLED PEOPLE

Posted June 18, 2009 by aimalaysia
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