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A/HRC/40/23 Promoting reconciliation, accountability and human rights in Sri Lanka – Report of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights 08/02/2019  Report

In response, Amnesty International has just issued the following Statement  Response

1. Resolution des UN Menschenrechtsrats vom 27. März 2014 UNHCR 27. März 2014

2. OHCHR Report on promoting reconciliation and accountability in Sri Lanka followed by general debate Amnesty International oral statement to the 25th Session of the UN Human Rights Council AI statement ASA37/009/2014/en

3. Interactive dialogue with the High Commissioner for Human Rights – Amnesty International oral statement to the 25th Session of the UN Human Rights AI Statement ASA37/008/2014/en

4. Sri Lanka must end its aggressive campaign against Ruki Fernando, Father Praveen and other human rights defenders, activists, journalists, lawyers and others: Amnesty International oral statement to the 25th Session of the UN Human Rights Council AI Statement ASA37/007/2014/en

5. PR 27 March 2014 UN investigation brings new hope for justice in Sri Lanka AI 27 March 2014

6. Urgent Action: Sri Lanka: Activists in northern Sri Lanka at risk Urgent Action ASA37/006/2014/en

7. PR Sri Lankan government amplifies its ‚dirty tactics‘ during UN session AI PR ASA37/005/2014/en

8. PR 19 March 2014 Sri Lankan government amplifies its ‘dirty tactics’ during UN session AI PR 19 March 2014

9. PR Sri Lanka: UN report must be call to action international war crimes investigation: news flash AI PR ASA37/004/2014/en

10. 19 March 2014 Sri Lankan government amplifies its ‘dirty tactics’ during UN session AI 19 March 2014

11. 17 March 2014 Sri Lanka: Free prominent human rights defenders Ruki Fernando and Father Praveen AI 17 March 2014

12. 26 February 2014 Sri Lanka: Briefing exposes how activists brave retaliation before UN human rights session AI 26 February 2014

13. Report: Sri Lanka: Suppressing calls for justice AI: Suppressing calls for justice

14. Navi Pillays Bericht für UN Menschenrechtsrat Session 25

15. 24 February 2014 Sri Lanka: UN report must be call to action on international war crimes investigation AI 24 February 2014

16. PR India: Ban on public screening of No Fire Zone violates right to free speech: news flash AI/ASA20/007/2014/en

17. PR India: Amnesty International India to send one of its supporters to participate in Geneva UNHRC session AI ASA20/008/2014/en

18. Sri Lanka: The Human Rights Council must help Sri Lankan victims of human rights violations; the Government is protecting the perpetrators: Amnesty International’s written statement to the 25th session of the UN Human Rights Council AI/ASA37/002/2014/en

19. Australia: This is breaking people: Human rights violations at Australia’s asylum seeker processing centre on Manus Island, Papua New Guinea AI ASA12/00AI2/2013/en

20. PR 17 November 2013 Sri Lanka: World must not abandon Sri Lanka’s victims after CHOGM AI PR 17 November 2013

21. Sri Lanka: The dangers of reporting on human rights in Sri LankaAI ASA37/028/2013/en

22. 13 November 2013 Sri Lanka: Commonwealth must not turn a blind eye to civil society crackdown AI 13 November 2013

23. Sri Lanka: Human rights in Sri Lanka : Briefing http://www.amnesty.org/en/library/info/ASA37/027/2013/en

24. Sri Lanka: Spokespeople available in Colombo on CHOGM and human rights AI ASA37/026/2013/en

25. 17 October 2013 Commonwealth must stop Sri Lanka stifling human rights efforts AI 17 October 2013

26. 17 October 2013 Commonwealth must stop Sri Lanka stifling human rights efforts AI 17 October 2013

27. 10 October 2013 Sri Lanka: Banning Commonwealth summit protests a blatant attempt to silence criticism AI 10 October 2013

28. 10 October 2013 Sri Lanka: Banning Commonwealth summit protests a blatant attempt to silence criticism AI 10 October 2013

29. 27 September 2013 Commonwealth giving Sri Lanka carte blanche for human rights abuses AI 27 September 2013

30. 27 September 2013 Commonwealth giving Sri Lanka carte blanche for human rights abuses AI 27 September 2013

31. Navi Pillays Oral update UNHRC 25 September 2013 Navi Pillay UNHCR 25. Sept. 2013

32. Sri Lanka: Amnesty International and victim’s father at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva AI ASA37/024/2013/en

33. Navi Pillays Press Conference Colombo 31 August 2013

34. 31 August 2013 Sri Lanka: UN visit underscores disturbing human rights reality AI PR 2013-08-31

35. Sri Lanka: Still no human rights accountability in Sri Lanka: still no end to serious human rights violations: Amnesty International’s written statement to the 24th session of the UN Human Rights Council AI ASA37/021/2013/en

36. Sri Lanka: Navi Pillay’s visit and Day of the Disappeared AI ASA37/020/2013/en

37. 5 August 2013 Sri Lanka: Investigators of alleged army killings of protesters should be truly independent AI 5 August 2013

38. 5 August 2013 Sri Lanka: Investigators of alleged army killings of protesters should be truly independent AI 5 August 2013

39. 26 June 2013 Torture in Sri Lanka – ‘Many times I would lose consciousness’ AI 26 June 2013

40. Torture in Sri Lanka – ‘Many times I would lose consciousness’AI ASA37/013/2013/en

41. Sri Lanka: “Tell the Truth”: A six point human rights agenda for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Colombo, November 2013 AI: “Tell the Truth”

42. AI Jahresbericht 2012 zu Sri Lanka

43. Sri Lanka: Assault on dissent thrives in Sri Lanka’s climate of impunity: Amnesty International written statement to the 23rd session of the UN Human Rights Council AI ASA37/011/2013/en

44. 2 May 2013 Sri Lanka: Prominent Muslim politician and government critic arrested AI 2 May 2013

45. 30 April 2013 Sri Lanka: Report exposes the government’s violent repression of dissent

46. AI Report: Sri Lanka’s assault on dissent

47. Resolution des UN Menschenrechtsrats zu Sri Lanka 22 März 2013

48.Der vollständiger Bericht „Silencing dissent“

UN Menschenrechte, Status der Dokumente und Berichte

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Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement

UNHCR Eligibility Guidelines for Assessing the International Protection Needs of Asylum-Seekers from Sri Lanka 5.7.2010

Principles on the Effective Prevention and Investigation of Extra-legal, Arbitrary and Summary Executions

Human Rights Bodies – General Comments

Joint study on global practices in relation to secret detention in the context of countering terrorism of the Special Rapporteurs

UN Menschnrechtsabkommen, Status der Ratifizierung

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Sri Lanka hat folgende Menschenrechtsabkommen ratifiziert (Stand Okt.2009): hier weiterlesen

Sri Lanka hat die vier Genfer Konventionen 1959 ratifiziert.

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Die Kampfhandlungen zwischen der Sri Lankischen Armee und der LTTE erfüllen den Tatbestand eines bewaffneten inländischen Konflikts gemäß Artikel 3 der Genfer Konventionen.

Römisches Statut des Internationalen Strafgerichtshofs

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Das Völkerstrafgesetzbuch

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links zu weiteren Informationsquellen:

Medienberichte und Ergebnisse der Arbeit der Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC):Groundview

The Human Development Index

Milleniumsziele

Daten

Die Verfassung Sri Lankas

Penal Code of Sri Lanka

(PTA) PREVENTION OF TERRORISM ACT No 48 of 1979

Emergency (Prevention and Prohibition of Terrorism and Specified Terrorist Activities) Regulations No. 07 of 2006

The Press Council Law Nr. 5 von 1973

Special Presidential Commissions of Inquiry Law of 1978

Ministry of Defence, Approval for NGO´s in Northern and Eastern Provinces

List of political Parties

politics of Sri Lanka

SRI LANKA – Zeittafel

Literatur:Sri Lanka, Genese eines Konfliktes

Hintergrundliteratur zum Konflikt

SRI LANKA 22-Sep-09 EU BILATERAL TRADE AND TRADE WITH THE WORLD

EU Handelsabkommen GSP plus

Südasieninfo: Umstrittene Präsidentschaftswahl von Peer Bruch

Adverse impact of the 18th Amendment on governance, Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL)

(sri lanka – advocacy)

International Crisis Group

21. März 2019