Nearly a year after the first elections in post-Gaddafi Libya, the human rights of tens of thousands of foreign nationals, including asylum-seekers, refugees and migrants, continue to be routinely violated.
Thirteen years after the introduction of the Race Equality Directive, discrimination against Roma in Europe remains widespread. EU member states must respect international and EU anti-discrimination legislation.
Some migrant workers in Italy are paid as little as €25 for a day’s work, live in derelict buildings and makeshift shelters without running water, electricity or heating, and suffer widespread labor exploitation, including low wages, arbitrary red...
Amnesty International’s latest report, shows that the United States is failing in its obligations under international human rights law to ensure these rights.