UNPO News

May 13, 2005

Debate on Future Scenario's for Peace in Chechnya

On May 9 2005, a debate on future scenarios for Chechnya was held at the Dutch Amnesty International headquarters in Amsterdam

May 13, 2005

Debate on Future Scenario's for Peace in Chec...

On May 9 2005, a debate on future scenarios for Chechnya was held at the Dutch Amnesty International headquarters in Amsterdam

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May 12, 2005

EU Presses China on Human Rights

The European Union has urged China to release Tiananmen dissidents and ratify a U.N. pact on civil and political rights to create the right climate for lifting its ban on arms sales

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May 12, 2005

UNPO Calls for Release of Uyghur Refugee

Letter to Indian Prime Minister Singh on Illegal Detention of Uyghur Refugee

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May 06, 2005

Russia: Muslims and Rights Groups Denounce Re...

Muslim representatives and human rights groups say the authorities' efforts to expose Islamic fundamentalists are increasingly targeting ordinary Muslims

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Apr 28, 2005

UNPO Calls for Immediate Release of Arrested Arab...

In a press statement UNPO urges the international community and in particular the European Union to address the issue of minority rights and freedom of speech in all the bilateral and multilateral talks...

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Apr 27, 2005

Southern Cameroons: A Forgotten Tragedy

On Saturday 16 April 2005, Mr. Nicola DellArciprete and Mr. Jeroen Zandberg from UNPO participated in a debate with representatives from the Dutch Foreign Ministry and Southern Cameroons political par...

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Apr 17, 2005

UNPO Discusses Indigenous Draft Declaration in...

UNPO organized a panel discussion on the Draft Declaration on Indigenous Peoples in Geneva, on Monday 11 April. The event was organized with the aim to continue the dialogue between governments, indigenous,...

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Apr 06, 2005

UNPO Appeals Barroso to Keep Sanctions on Burma...

UNPO and other organisations writes open letter to EC President Barroso and Commissioner Ferrero-Waldner asking to keep sanctions on Burma

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