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Amnesty International


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Accountability of Non-State Actors in Uganda for War Crimes and Human Rights Violations: Between Amnesty and the International Criminal Court

ALLEN, Katherine (born 1955), Director, Amnesty International UK, since 2000

Amnesties in International Law: The Experience of the Special Court for Sierra Leone

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Amnesty International in Crisis, 1966–7

Amnesty International's Methods of Engaging Youth in Human Rights Education: Curriculum in the United States and Experiential Learning in Burkina Faso

ARROWSMITH, Pat (born 1930), peace activist and socialist; on staff of Amnesty International, 1971–94, retired

Can Amnesties and International Justice be Reconciled?

CHANDLER, Geoffrey (1922 - 2011), Chairman Emeritus, Business Group, Amnesty International UK (Founder Chairman, 1991–2001)

Complementarity, Amnesties and Alternative Forms of Justice: Some Interpretative Guidelines for the International Criminal Court

Cultural Work in Amnesty International

The Deployment of Taser Weapons to UK Law Enforcement Officials: An Amnesty International Perspective

A Fascinating Place to Work: Nine Years Representing Amnesty International at the United Nations in New York

Faustin Z. Ntoubandi, Amnesty for Crimes against Humanity under International Law

The Human Rights Tradition and Amnesty International

Serving the Interests of Justice: Amnesties, Truth Commissions and the International Criminal Court

SHETTY, Salil (born 1961), Secretary General, Amnesty International, since 2010

 

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An independent international organization in support of human rights, especially for prisoners of conscience, founded in London in 1961. The organization was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1977.

Subjects: social sciences — law.


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