Venezuela: Hard-hitting UN report backs claims of crimes against humanity and identifies possible perpetrators
The Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on Venezuela, created by the UN Human Rights Council in September 2019, presented its conclusions in its first report to the Council today during its 45th session. Responding to the findings, Erika Guevara-Rosas, Americas director at Amnesty International, said:
The Delhi police personnel were complicit and an active participant in the violence that took place in Delhi in February 2020, yet in the last six months not a single investigation has been opened into the human rights violations committed by the Delhi police – before, during and after the violence, said Amnesty International India today as it released a new investigative briefing.
Official Information including a Corrections’ review of Auckland Region Women’s Correctional Facility (ARWCF) released under the Official Information Act by RNZ’s Guyon Espiner has revealed worse-than-thought conditions behind bars at the prison. Amnesty International is calling for Corrections Minister Hon Kelvin Davis to take responsibility and address the shortfalls.