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Role of human rights concerns in EU-Libya relations

(03/08/2007) Letter to Ms Ferrero Waldner on EU-Libya relations read more

Open letter to Heads of State and Government of the European Union to ban CIA renditions

(18/06/2007) One year ago, Amnesty International addressed an open call to the European Council to ban the unlawful practice of rendition by which individuals have been illegally detained and secretly flown to third countries where they have been subjected to torture and disappearance. read more

EU–Japan Summit 5 June 2007 - Letter to Chancellor Merkel

(05/06/2007) Amnesty International is increasingly concerned about the three following issues expressed in this letter. read more

EU-US Summit 2007 Briefing Note

(30/04/2007) Ahead of the EU–US Troika on 2 March 2007, and the EU-US summit on 30 April 2007, Amnesty International is calling on the EU Presidency to ensure that human rights are a key element of the discussions with the US government and to place the fight against terrorism clearly within the bounds of international human rights law. 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

Letter to MEPs on CIA renditions report

(13/02/2007) In light of the forthcoming adoption on 14 February of the report of the Temporary Committee on the alleged use of European countries by the CIA for the transport and illegal detention of prisoners (TDIP), Amnesty International would like to present its concerns. read more