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  • Sep 1 2014
  • 12:50pm
Gao Zhisheng: released but not yet free
On 7 August, Gao Zhisheng, a prominent human rights lawyer often referred to as the ‘conscience of China’ was released from prison.
  • Aug 29 2014
  • 4:39pm
Bolivia's search for truth, justice and reparation
For over 150 years between its independence from Spain and the mid-1980s, Bolivia was characterised by a history of coups, counter-coups and the occasional revolution.  
  • Aug 22 2014
  • 12:12pm
Leaked internal document shows China used machine guns to kill Tibetans in March 2008 protest
The Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD) presents an analysis of a secret Chinese document on Tibetans killed by Chinese security forces during the March 2008 prot...