Joint Open Letter To The Indian Government Calling For The Release Of Human Rights Defenders At Risk
Violence Fuelled By Hate Speeches Needs Immediate Action By The Government
Political leaders in India who are fuelling hatred and creating a violent environment by making hate speeches must be immediately held accountable, said Amnesty International India today.
Peaceful Anti-CAA Protests Being Suppressed In Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Constituency
After interviewing over two dozen people from different parts of the city and gathering corroborating evidence, Amnesty International India calls on the Prime Minister of India and the Uttar Pradesh government to end the gross violations of right to peaceful assembly in Varanasi and other parts of Uttar Pradesh.
New Delhi: Relatives’ protest to #BringBackOurMen briefly detained by police
Relatives of Indian migrant workers who were abducted in Iraq in June 2014 were detained briefly today by the police in New Delhi. They were protesting outside External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s residence.
India: Crackdown on freedom of expression must end
The Delhi police must immediately release Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Students’ Union President Kanhaiya Kumar and former Delhi University lecturer SAR Geelani and drop sedition charges against them
#BringBackOurMen: Bring back Indian migrant workers trapped in Iraq since June 2014
The takeover in early June by the Islamic State in Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) of Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city, and other towns and villages in north-western Iraq has resulted in a dramatic resurgence of sectarian tensions and the massive displacement of communities fearing sectarian attacks and reprisals.
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