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Thailand: Officials must drop all ongoing prosecutions under the Emergency Decree

Today, the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), along with 23 other international human rights organizations from the region, submitted a letter to the Ambassadors of respective countries with a call that Thai officials must drop all the ongoing prosecutions under the “Emergency Decree” in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, following the end of the declaration […]

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Joint NGO Letter: International Accountability Critical to Achieving Justice for Victims and Promoting Lasting Peace in Yemen

UN-led independent, international, and criminally focused investigation is required As civil society organizations from Yemen and around the world we urge United Nations (UN) member states to work toward the establishment of an independent international criminally focused investigative mechanism on Yemen in the coming period, including at the upcoming 51st Session of the UN Human […]

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Thailand: Lawmakers should expedite the enactment of the Draft Prevention and Suppression of Torture and Enforced Disappearance Act

Today, the ICJ, along with five other international human rights organizations, submitted a letter to the President of the Senate and the Chair of the Extraordinary Committee Considering the Draft Prevention and Suppression of Torture and Enforced Disappearance Act calling for an end to the protracted delay in finalizing and adopting legislation aimed at protecting […]

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