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Amnesty's response to Commission's Green Paper on Common European Asylum System

(03/10/2007) As the European Union is at a crossroads in the shaping of its Common European Asylum System, Amnesty International welcomes the consultation process launched by the Commission. It is indeed necessary for the EU to reflect on the progress made so far while at the same time trying to develop a vision for the future of the CEAS. read more

Visit of Sudanese President Bashir to Italy on 14 September

(13/09/2007) The human rights situation in Sudan continues to be one of the most pressing humanitarian crises in the world today, and one to which the international community has failed for far too long to provide an effective response. read more

Role of human rights concerns in EU-Libya relations

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

EU force Chad Focus sheet

(30/07/2007) Grave conflict-related violations and abuses of human rights and international humanitarian law continue in eastern Chad. Women and girls in the region continue to face rape and other sexual violence at the hands of armed groups. read more

GAERC discussion of possible EU force in Chad

(23/07/2007) Letter to Dr. Marques Amado at the occasion of the GAERC discussion of possible EU force in Chad read more

Indian helicopters for Myanmar (Burma)

(16/07/2007) EU non-governmental organisations are concerned at reports from credible sources that the Government of India may transfer military helicopters to the Government of Myanmar (Burma) as part of the two countries’ increasing military co-operation. read more