Reports and Campaigns
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22 May 2013
Prime Minister David Cameron's decision to lead Britain's delegation to the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting is a kick in the teeth to all Tamil-speaking people, writes Manny Thain.
27 March 2013
Over 700 leading lawyers - including 40 QCs - have signed human rights group Liberty's petition condemning the Justice and Security Bill and government plans to introduce secret courts into ordinary civil law, writes Dylan Murphy, Huddersfield.
22 January 2013
Well-known human rights lawyer in Kazakhstan, Vadim Kuramshin, has had his court appeal postponed until early February
12 December 2012
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex activists, and human rights campaigners, protested outside the Ugandan High Commission in London on 10 December against a repressive bill currently going through the Ugandan parliament
17 October 2012
Since its launch last year, Campaign Kazakhstan has succeeded in gaining support from prominent figures and trade unions
5 September 2012
Cellorhythmics, the forerunner of the non-classical cello movement, was founded by renowned Kazakh cellist Alfia Nakipbekova and award winning composer James Hesford...
29 August 2012
The well-known Kazakhstan human rights activist, Vadim Kuramshin, was released from custody on 28 August
7 August 2012
Vadim Kuramshin, a well-known human rights activist in Kazakhstan, has ended his hunger strike after authorities agreed to resume his trial...
26 July 2012
Vadim Kuramshin, a prison rights campaigner arrested six months ago on trumped-up charges, started a hunger strike on Monday of this week
25 July 2012
Despite massive repression in Kazakhstan, the ground is prepared for mass revolt against the bloody, corrupt regime of president Nursultan Nazarbayev. To the fore of this movement are the young Kazakh workers
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