Launch of the Conservative Party Human Rights Annual Report 2008
with keynote speech by David Cameron MP

08 December 2008

David Cameron, Leader of the Conservative Party, today delivered a keynote speech at the launch of the Conservative Human Rights Annual Report 2008. In his speech he argues that Robert Mugabe must stand down as president of Zimbabwe to prevent an international humanitarian disaster. The third annual report details violations of human rights abuses around the world, focuses on key themes and includes policy proposals for a future Conservative Government. The event and keynote speech held at the Foreign Press Association comes two days before the Sixtieth anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Please click the following link for David Cameron's full speech and to download the third annual report.

    David Cameron's Speech
Ben Roger's article for
Download Conservative Party Human Rights Commission Third Annual Report (PDF)