Canada human rights law compliance [Amnesty International]

Protection Gap: Strenghthening Canada's Compliance With Its International Human Rights Obligations, Amnesty International Canada's Submission to the United Nations Human Rights Committee, October 14, 2005 [finding that Canada must make "significant improvements" in its efforts to meet international human rights obligations, citing the federal government for, among other things, reserving the right to deport people to countries where they may be tortured]. Read the full text of the report.Reported in JURIST's Paper Chase here.

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