Amnesty Report 2012

Amnesty International released its 2012 report today, the 50th in the organization’s history. The grim of it: “Amnesty International Report 2012 documents specific restrictions on free speech in at least 91 countries as well as cases of people tortured or otherwise ill-treated in at least 101 countries – in many cases for taking part in demonstrations.”

A print version of the report is available for purchase at Amnesty. A Kindle edition via Amazon.

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