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Letter to Dr. Steinmeier on human rights in Uzbekistan

(11/05/2007) The second anniversary of the Andizhan killings in Uzbekistan is a grim reminder of the country’s grave human rights problems, says Amnesty International on the eve of an EU Foreign Affairs meeting that will be evaluating the current European policy towards Uzbekistan. read more

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

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

Roma discrimination in Europe: a new report

(16/11/2006) Discrimination against Roma persists in various forms in several European countries, Amnesty International launches a new report on the discrimination of Roma children in primary education. read more

Tenth anniversary of the massacre of Srebrenica: open letter to the UK Presidency

(11/07/2005) In view of today’s ceremony commemorating the tenth anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre, Amnesty International calls on the European Union to ensure that EUFOR finally shows the resolve to detain those indicted by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and hand them over to the ICTY. read more