Sedition case against Amnesty India closed by court
Ruling vindicates Amnesty’s stand on politically motivated complaint
India must stop returning Rohingya asylum-seekers to Myanmar
The Indian government’s expulsion of Rohingya asylum-seekers to Myanmar shows a disdain for international law
Worrying Pattern Of Excessive Force Used Against Civilians In Kashmir
In May 2018, five civilians were killed and many injured in protests after security forces killed five militants in Shopian district of south Kashmir.
Statement of Aakar Patel, Head of Amnesty India
The actions taken against Amnesty India by the Enforcement Directorate in October this year have forced us into a situation where we are no longer able to pay the salaries of all our staff members.
Human Rights Will Win, Asserts Civil Society
2018 will be remembered as a year when India witnessed a massive crackdown on civil society organisations and human rights defenders. It may seem that the odds are against us at this moment, but human rights have always won and will this time also.
Hatred and impunity killing people in Uttar Pradesh
A police officer in Uttar Pradesh has become the latest victim of mob lynching and attacks by cow vigilantes.
G20 leaders must question India on its human rights commitment
G20 member countries should ensure that human rights are at the forefront of the discussions at the G20 summit and urge India to put an end to the harassment of civil society and human rights defenders at once, Amnesty India said today.
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.
Assam: End Rights Violations Against Persons Declared Foreigners And Held In Detention Centres
Assam must end human rights violations against persons declared foreigners by the Foreigners Tribunals and held in detention centres across the state.
Odisha Government must protect Indigenous Dongria Kondh community from police intimidation
Amnesty India calls upon the Government of Odisha to uphold law and order in the Niyamgiri hills and halt police intimidation of the Indigenous Dongria Kondh community.
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