Amnesty International Magazine Summer 2008

June 26, 2008

Amnesty International Magazine Summer 2008

Summer 2008

Alberto Mora

The Dissident
Interview by Alex Gibney

Documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney interviews former U.S Navy General Counsel Alberto Mora about his behind-thescenes challenge to the Bush administration’s interrogation policies in the war on terror. More »

Daoud Hari

Darfur's Translator
By Sonya Fatah

Daoud Hari left Darfur for North Africa and the Middle East as a young man in search of better wages and life experience. He returned home in 2003, in time to witness the government’s scorchedearth tactics in Darfur and join a mass exodus of refugees to Chad. After serving as a translator for international news organizations and landing in prison, he was eventually granted refugee status in the United States, where he penned his personal account of the crisis in Darfur.| More »

Luis Moreno-Ocampo

Justice Embodied
By Luis Moreno-Ocampo

The International Criminal Court represents the greatest advance in international justice since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 60 years ago. Luis Moreno-Ocampo, the court’s first prosecutor, offers his reflections on this important anniversary.| More »

Dr. Ali Shah with mother

Guantanamo's Daughter
By Mahvish Rukhsana Khan

Outrage over the Guantánamo detentions spurred Mahvish Rukhsana Khan to volunteer in the legal effort to defend detainees’ basic rights.| More »