Nepal: Release Amnesty International Activists Now
The Nepal authorities must immediately and unconditionally release members and supporters of Amnesty International Nepal who were detained after protesting outside the Indian embassy this morning, Amnesty International said today.
South Asia: Truth and justice still elusive for thousands of victims of enforced disappearance
As the world marks the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearance, Amnesty International calls on governments across South Asia to deliver long overdue truth, justice and reparations to the families of thousands of people who have been forcibly disappeared, some of them decades ago.
State-sponsored hate spurs new era of social activism
The world is reaping the terrifying consequences of hate-filled rhetoric that threatens to normalize massive discrimination against marginalized groups, Amnesty International warned today as it launched its annual assessment of human rights.
India should order independent investigation into death of Nepali national at border
Indian authorities must order an independent civilian investigation into the death of a Nepali national allegedly due to firing by Indian paramilitary force personnel on 9 March, Amnesty International India said today.
Amnesty International Annual Report 2016/17: Nepal
Tens of thousands of people continued to be denied the right to adequate housing and other human rights following the 2015 earthquake.
Amnesty International Annual Report around the South Asia Region
The report, “The State of the World’s Human Rights”, delivers the most comprehensive analysis of the state of human rights around the world.
Amnesty International Annual Report 2017 (South Asia): ‘Politics of demonization’ breeding division
Amnesty International releases its Annual Report for 2016 to 2017. Civil society under assault across South Asia
Authorities must ensure justice for abused Nepali domestic workers
Indian and Saudi Arabian authorities must work together to deliver justice and reparation for two Nepali women who were raped and assaulted repeatedly, allegedly by a Saudi Arabian diplomat and others
Nepal: Police restraint urged as at least 20 more shot amid Constitution-related protests
Security forces in Nepal must refrain from using excessive force against protestors
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