NGOs urge Asia Pacific governments to end the immigration detention of children
Activists protest political repression in Malaysia
Wed, Jul 06, 2011 -Taipei Times, Page 3
Human rights advocates yesterday protested at the Malaysian representative office in Taiwan and submitted a letter demanding an end to what they called the mass repression of pro-reform activists in the Southeast Asian country.
Led by Amnesty International (AI) Taiwan and the Taiwan Association for Human Rights (TAHR), the protesters urged the Malaysian government to release detained activists and respect freedom of speech and assembly for Malaysians.
Over one hundred independent human rights and civil society organizations from around the world have urged delegations to the United Nations to support a resolution in the General Assembly condemning human rights violations in the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI), and urging the IRI to abide by its international human rights obligations.
Joint Statement of Taiwanese Civil Society
10th July, 2009
China: Stop armed force oppression in East Turkistan (Xinjiang) and open to independent investigation