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Enhancing victims’ access to justice through UN human rights mechanisms

The ICJ is helping human rights lawyers from Myanmar, Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam and Laos, to use United Nations human rights mechanisms to better secure justice for victims.

December 8, 2016

Turkey: emergency measures have gravely damaged the rule of law

Nearly five months after the failed coup attempt in Turkey, the country remains locked in an acute rule of law crisis. The government must take urgent steps to restore the rule of law, the ICJ said today.

December 6, 2016

Philippines: joint statement on effort to reintroduce death penalty

A joint statement calls on members of the House of Representatives of the Philippines to stop further attempts to reintroduce the death penalty and to block any legislation that subverts human rights.

December 5, 2016
ICJ E-Bulletin on counter-terrorism and human rights – no. 107

ICJ E-Bulletin on counter-terrorism and human rights – no. 107

Read the 107th issue of ICJ’s monthly newsletter on proposed and actual changes in counter-terrorism laws, policies and practices and their impact on human rights at the national, regional and international levels.

December 5, 2016
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