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Letter to Mr. Zypries, president of the Justice and Home Affairs Council

(13/04/2007) JHA Council on 19-20 April - Proposal for a Council Framework Decision on certain procedural rights in criminal proceedings throughout the European Union, DROIPEN 76 of 22 December 2006 read more

Concerns in Central Asia (January 06-March 07)

(27/03/2007) Central Asia concerns expressed in individual cases read more

AI’s human rights concerns in Central Asia (Letter)

(27/03/2007) In light of the EU-Central Asia Troika meeting on 27-28 March, Amnesty International welcomes the EU’s efforts to strengthen its relations with the region. read more

Letter to Commissioner Spidla

(23/02/2007) On 26 February 1992, over 18,000 persons were illegally removed from the Slovenian registry of permanent residents. Many of them (latest estimates put the number at around 5,000) remain “erased”. Coming close to the 15th anniversary of that fateful date, Amnesty International is very concerned at the continuing human rights violations suffered by these persons. The unresolved status of these European Union citizens, including the lack of access to full reparation for the abuse of their human rights, violates the very essence of the EU as an “Area of Freedom, Security and Justice”. read more

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