30/09/2003The submission includes a brief note on general EU concerns and a set of country reports for EU and candidate countries which will form part of Amnesty International's report "Concerns in Europe and Central Asia".
23/09/2002Amnesty International report: "People's Republic of China: serious human rights violations and the crackdown on dissent continue".
23/09/2002On the eve of the summit in Copenhagen between European Union leaders and the Chinese prime minister Zhu Rongji, Amnesty International calls on the EU to put an end to the situation where the so-called dialogue on human rights is in effect a monologue which China ignores. Amnesty International urges the Danish EU Presidency to convey to the Chinese leadership that it will no longer accept a dialogue that produces no results whatsoever
04/09/2001view the annex: "Human Rights in China in 2001 - A New Step Backwards" (Amnesty International Briefing August 2001)
04/09/2001Amnesty International calls on the European Union to uphold its own human rights principles by raising China's deteriorating human rights record at the highest level during the EU-China summit in Brussels on Wednesday 5 September
12/06/2013 Poland and the European Union must ensure that the country urgently investigates long-standing accusations that it hosted a CIA-run secret prison where suspects were tortured between 2002 and 2005.
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