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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

FRA-Note for Inauguration

(01/03/2007) The speech that Amnesty International would have made at the inauguration of the EU Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) in Vienna read more

Amnesty Internationals Empfehlungen an den Deutschen EU Ratsvorsitz

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

Lebanon: Letter to EU Council about lack of action by UN Security Council

(04/08/2006) Further to the appeal to the special meeting of the General Affairs Council earlier this week on the situation in Lebanon and Israel, Amnesty International is now addressing the EU to press the UN Security Council to take immediate measures to protect civilians in both countries. Link to the letter to the UN Security council: Open Letter to the UN Security Council read more

AI's Secretary General Irene Khan sends letter to the GAEC Meeting of 1 August 2006

(03/08/2006) Amnesty International urges the Foreign Ministers of the European Union to take immediate action to end war crimes and human rights violations committed by both sides in the ongoing armed conflict between Israel and Hizbullah. read more

Partners in crime: Europe’s role in US renditions

(14/06/2006) A new report focuses on six cases of rendition, involving seven European states and 13 victims. All involve men being bundled onto planes and transferred abroad, without due process, to places of detention where they have suffered abuse. The impact on both them and their families has been devastating. The report highlights the role of various European states and shows how the action or lack of action by these states contravened their obligations under domestic and international law. read more