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Amnesty Internationals Empfehlungen an den Deutschen EU Ratsvorsitz

(11/01/2007) Die Ambivalenz der Menschenrechtspolitik der Europäischen Union. read more

Amnesty International's recommendations to German EU Presidency

(11/01/2007) The ambivalent state of EU human rights policy Amnesty International’s ten-point programme for the German Presidency of the European Union. read more

Amnesty International's ten-point programme for the Finnish Presidency of the European Union

(28/06/2006) The search for a coherent and credible EU human rights policy - Amnesty International's ten-point programme for the Finnish Presidency of the European Union. read more

Amnesty International EU Office - Annual Report 2005

(22/05/2006) Whereas 2004 was a year of change and anticipation with the accession of ten new Member States, the adoption of the constitution, a new European Parliament and Commission, 2005 saw the whole EU suddenly plunged into crisis after the French and Dutch voted no to the constitution. read more

Open letter to the Austrian Presidency: AI's recommendations

(13/01/2006) Austria takes over the EU Presidency at a time when a major political and public preoccupation is how governments seek to provide security when faced with the threat of terrorism without eroding human rights (see "Reaffirming the primacy of human rights – Amnesty International’s ten-point programme for the Austrian Presidency of the European Union"). read more

Reaffirming the primacy of human rights – AI’s ten-point programme for the Austrian Presidency

(13/01/2006) Austria takes over the Presidency relieved that the EU budget for the next seven years has been settled, reassured that despite the constitutional fiasco the EU is still in business, and eager to conclude negotiations on the EU Fundamental Rights Agency to be established in Vienna. read more