Title Bosnia-Herzegovina: How can they sleep at night? Arrest now!
Publisher Amnesty International
Publication Date 1 October 1997
Country Bosnia and Herzegovina
Topics Arbitrary arrest and detention | Contemporary forms of slavery | Crimes against humanity | Ethnic cleansing | Extrajudicial executions | Freedom from torture, inhuman and degrading treatment | Genocide | Housing, land and property rights (HLP) | Human rights courts | Impunity | Minorities | Protection of civilian persons in time of war | Racial / Ethnic persecution | SGBV | War crimes
Citation / Document Symbol EUR 63/022/1997
Reference Amnesty International is a worldwide voluntary movement that works to prevent some of the gravest violations by governments of people's fundamental human rights. The main focus of its campaigning is to: free all prisoners of conscience people detained an
Cite as Amnesty International, Bosnia-Herzegovina: How can they sleep at night? Arrest now!, 1 October 1997, EUR 63/022/1997, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/3ae6a9c114.html [accessed 9 October 2015]
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