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24-04-2009

A meeting hosted and chaired by Baroness Helena Kennedy QC with speakers to include: Gareth Peirce, human rights lawyer; Hyrbyair Marri; Faiz Baluch; Peter Tatchell, human rights campaigner.

24-04-2009

The 'War on Terror' has seen intelligence agencies become major political players.  'Rendition', untrammelled surveillance, torture and detention without trial are now the norm. "Spies, Lies and the War on Terror" traces the transformation of intelligence from a law enforcement tool to a means of avoiding both national and international law.

09-04-2009
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Background to the current Tamil protests against the actions of the Sri Lankan government that have led to the deaths of many thousands.

01-04-2009

Human rights lawyer Gareth Peirce likened the present situation where a person can be held without trial on the basis of secret evidence as 'a national emergency.'

30-03-2009

A Parliamentary meeting hosted by Diane Abbott MP

27-02-2009
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"The Home Secretary appears to have declared war on the government’s own secret terror court, overruling decisions made by judges in the Special Immigration Appeals Court (SIAC)". Read the article by Andy Worthington.

26-02-2009
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Read CAMPACC's statement and Mark Steel's article.

11-02-2009
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Baloch terrorism trial "not guilty" verdict
Jury acquits defendants framed by Musharraf regime
Defendants Hyrbyair Marri and Faiz Baluch vindicated

28-01-2009

New CAMPACC leaflet, December 08

28-01-2009

Report of a seminar on Detention without Trial/Social Housing Policy in the UK today

28-11-2008

After 60 years...why human rights?" - Public meeting on 10 December 2008

26-10-2008
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Read the report from Hevallo (pdf file)

08-10-2008
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A Statewatch report examining how EU policy-makers are affecting civil liberties.

08-10-2008
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Counter Terrorism Bill at a Critical Stage in Lords

03-06-2008
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