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28.03.01
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Human Rights Defenders on the Front Line: Annual Report 2000

HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS

ON THE FRONT LINE

ANNUAL REPORT 2000

THE OBSERVATORY FOR THE PROTECTION

OF HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS

International Federation for Human Rights

World Organisation Against Torture

Table of contents

Introduction

Part 1: Association under scrutiny

Theright to form, join and participate in NGOs: The case of Tunisia

Freedom to meet and assemble peacefully: The case of Burkina Faso

The right to seek and publish: The case of Democratic Republic of Congo

The right to know, hold information and communicate with NGOs and IGOs : The case of Uzbekistan

The right to solicit, receive and utilise resources: The case of Egypt

The right to be effectively protected: The case of Colombia

Domestic Law consistent with the international obligations of the state in the field of human rights: The case of China

The United Nations opens the door to GONGOs

Part 2 : World-wide Harassment and Repression of Human Rights Defenders

(November 1999 - February 2001)

Africa

Americas

Asia

Europe and the CIS

North Africa and the Middle East

Annexes:

Annex 1: Strengthening International Protection

Annex 2: Partner Organisations and Contributors

Annex 3: Acknowledgements

Annex 4: The Observatory: FIDH and OMCT joint programme

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