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Letter to Baroness Ashton: The EU must act now to stop torture in Nigeria (18/09/2014) Torture and other ill-treatment by police and military are pervasive, routine and common throughout Nigeria. Released today, Amnesty International’s report “Welcome to hell fire: Torture and other ill-treatment in Nigeria” documents how hundreds of women, men and children in police and military custody across the country are being subjected to a range of physical and psychological torture and ...

Catherine Ashton, High Representative of the Union for Common Foreign and Security Policy (HR/VP)
Vice President of the European Commission

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Suvi Seppalainen, Cabinet HR/VP
Sean Doyle, Head of Division EEAS
Dörthe Wacker, Desk Officer EEAS
Victoria Correa, HR Division EEAS
Leslie Pierrard, DG Devco
European Parliament Delegation to the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly

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Letter to Baroness Ashton: The new deal one year on - EU must prioritise human ... (16/09/2014) The 16th of September will mark one year since the Somali Federal Government, the European Union (EU) and other national and international partners met in Brussels to endorse the New Deal Compact for Somalia.

Catherine Ashton, High Representative of the Union for Common Foreign and Security Policy
Vice President of the European Commission (HR/VP)

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Suvi Seppalainen, Member of Cabinet, HR/VP
Claudia Wiedey, Head of Division, Horn of Africa, East Africa and Indian Ocean
Dilarde Teilane, Policy Officer, Horn of Africa, East Africa and Indian Ocean
Tobias King, Policy Officer, Horn of Africa, East Africa and Indian Ocean Alexander Rondos, European Union Special Representative for the Horn of Africa
Andris Piebalgs, EU Commissioner for Development Kristalina Georgieva, EU Commissioner for International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid & Crisis Response
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Letter to Baroness Ashton: EU must act now to stop torture in Mexico (04/09/2014) Torture and ill-treatment in Mexico is out of control with a 600 per cent rise in the number of cases reported to the National Human Rights Commission in the past decade, according to Amnesty International’s report 'Out of control: Torture and other ill-treatment in Mexico'.

Baroness Catherine Ashton, High Representative of the Union for Common Foreign and Security Policy Vice President of the European Commission

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Suvi Seppalainen, Cabinet (HR/VP)
Christophe Parisot, Cabinet (HR/VP)
Kenneth Bell, Head of Division (EEAS)
Philipp-Oliver Gross, Desk officer (EEAS)
Maria Gotsi, Desk officer (EEAS)
Julita Bas, Human Rights Division (EEAS)
Martha Méndez (DG Devco)
Leslie Pierrard (DG Devco)
Stavros Lambrinidis, EU Special Representative for Human Rights European Parliament Delegation to the Joint Parliamentary Committee EU-Mexico

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