Restrictions on freedoms of movement, expression & association

[PDF] Civil Society Comments: World Bank Telecom Sector Reform Project, Burma, Association of Human Rights Defenders and Promoters, Ayeyar West Development Organization, Burma Environment Working Group, and others, 21 Feb 2014

[PDF] Today’s bail denial for 21 human rights defenders and protesters illustrates the deteriorating human rights situation in Cambodia, Cambodia Center for Human Rights 11 Feb 2014

Alternative Report on the controversial gold mining project in Colombia, Colombia Solidarity Campaign (UK) 07 Dec 2013

UN urges Myanmar to grant rights to Rohingya, Aljazeera 20 Nov 2013

[PDF] New arrests and imprisonment of activists and human rights defenders in Burma (as of 21 October 2013), Altsean-Burma 25 Oct 2013

Human Rights Defenders Under Attack in Burma’s Democratic Transition, Burma Partnership 17 Jun 2013

Investigation opened over suspicions of illegal intelligence activities by mining company against social movements and human rights defenders, Intl. Federation for Human Rights, World Organisation Against Torture 02 May 2013

CAMBODIA: LRWC [Lawyers Rights Watch Canada] and ALRC [Asian Legal Resource Centre] denounce attacks against HRDs [human rights defenders] and problems with judicial independence, Lawyers Rights Watch Canada, Asian Legal Resource Centre 25 Sep 2012

Malaysia: Defamation case against human rights defender Charles Hector Fernandez ended with a settlement, OMCT (World Organisation against Torture) 30 Aug 2011

Indian court issues international arrest warrants for Dutch labour activists - NGOs, Unions outraged at attempt to imprison human rights defenders, Clean Clothes Campaign 03 Dec 2007

India: Continued harassment of defenders of women workers' rights and campaigners abroad, Amnesty International 02 Oct 2007

[PDF] Defending the Defenders - The Case of Fu Xiancai [China], Stacy Mosher, Human Rights in China September 2006

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