Tag Cloud16 days of activism Armed conflict Arms Trade Treaty asylum seekers ATT civilians conflict Corporate Accountability death penalty Demand Dignity detention disappearances dissent Egypt ESCR Forced Evictions Gaza Greece Haiti IDPs impunity indiscriminate bombing international humanitarian law international human rights law Israel journalists LGBTI migrants Morsi Niger Delta Nigeria protest rape Refugees Roma rights Sexual violence against women Shell Southern Kordofan Sudan torture UN war crimes West Bank women Write for Rights 2012
Category Archives: Democratic Republic Of Congo
By Sophie Rosenberg of the Democratic Republic of Congo research team at Amnesty International It’s been a very swift turn of events. Bosco Ntaganda – until a few days ago – wanted for war crimes and crimes against humanity was … Continue reading
By Godfrey Byaruhanga, Amnesty International’s Central Africa Researcher, in Obo The first in a series of blogs from the Central African Republic highlights the threats posed by several armed groups that have yet to be disarmed and demobilized, as well … Continue reading
By Colby Goodman, Amnesty International’s Control Arms Campaign October 7, 2009 – On a day the New York Times exposed more details about Guinean security forces recent use of weapons against thousands of peaceful protestors, Amnesty International participated in what … Continue reading
Amnesty International’s mission ended with a week long visit to Goma and other areas of North Kivu, from where we were unable to provide a daily blog for security reasons. Our team met with local human rights activists, representatives of … Continue reading
Activists are demonstrating around the world to call for urgent and effective protection of civilians in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).