Amnesty International has today launched Injustice Incorporated: Corporate Abuses and the Human Right to Remedy (Injustice Incorporated). The book aims to advance the right to remedy for victims and survivors of corporate human rights abuses. It focuses not just on challenges but on solutions. It provides a manifesto for change; a call to use the law to empower people and to redress ...EU member states must urgently act to ensure European-wide Corporate Social Responsibility: Non Fina (24/02/2014) (Brussels, 24 February 2014) Amnesty International is disappointed that the European Union (EU) member states refused last week to approve a compromise text to support the European Commission’s legal initiative to strengthen the transparency and accountability of European businesses on the social and environmental impact of their operations. Public statement: Lithuania Opens CIA Rendition Investigation (21/02/2014) Amnesty International has welcomed the decision of the Lithuanian Prosecutor General to open an investigation into the alleged rendition to Lithuania of Mustafa al-Hawsawi. The decision comes after the Vilnius Regional Court ruled on 28 January that al-Hawsawi had a right to an investigation of his claims.
Ambassador Anthony Luzzatto Gardner, United States Mission to the European Union
Catherine Ashton, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Vice President of the European Commission (HRVP)
Gilles de Kerckhove, EU Counter-terrorism Coordinator
João Vale de Almeida, Head of the Delegation of the European Union to the United States
James Morrison, Head of Cabinet (HRVP)
Oliver Rentschler, Deputy Head of Cabinet (HRVP)
Rudolf Roy, Head of Division, Security Policy and Sanctions EEAS
Moya-Michaela Wright, Desk Officer Pakistan, EEAS
Victor Devouge, Desk Officer, US and Canada, EEAS
Catherine Day, European Commission Secretary-GeneralRecipients AI and HRW joint letter to MEPs on EP report on fundamental rights in the EU (27/02/2014) We are writing ahead of tomorrow’s vote by the Parliament on its annual resolution on the situation of fundamental rights in the European Union (Louis Michel report).
Members of the European ParliamentRecipients