Amnesty International annual report 2010

1 March 2010, 14:10 UTC | New Zealand
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This report details a year in which accountability seemed a remote ideal for many, as people's lives continued to be torn apart by repression, violence, discrimination, power plays and political stalemates. But the report also celebrates real progress and reveals how it is harder now for perpetrators of the worst crimes to secure impunity. It argues that the demand for accountability is not confined to redress for killings or torture, but extends to the denial of all the rights that we need to live our lives in dignity.

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