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Monthly Archives: October 2007
The UK Department of Innovation, Universities and Skills want to end funding for students who have an existing qualification at or below the level they wish to study (equivalent or lower qualifications = ELQs) in order to give the money … Continue reading
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Those of you with an interest in international human rights law and/or migration law, might like to know of a forthcoming conference on Article 3 ECHR. The main details are: Title: ‘Migrants and involuntary return: Article 3 of the European … Continue reading
Khulumani International Lawsuit Appeal Victory Removes an Obstacle to Justice for Victims and to the Advance of Corporate Accountability Khulumani Support Group welcomes the long-awaited decision of the New York circuit court of Appeal to reverse the finding of the … Continue reading
US judge blocks Guantanamo move There are still about 340 detainees at GuantanamoA US federal judge has blocked the US military from sending a Guantanamo Bay detainee to Tunisia because of allegations he would be tortured. It would be a … Continue reading
From The Sunday Times October 7, 2007 By Andrew Sullivan I remember that my first response to the reports of abuse and torture at Guantanamo Bay was to accuse the accusers of exaggeration or deliberate deception. I didn’t believe America … Continue reading