While researching evidence for an earlier version of this question I found no evidence showing that that Amnesty International considers "Citizen Evidence" to be its affiliate. I posted the following comment:
This question is based on a fraud. Amnesty itself does not have any mention of phosphorus after 2017, as of right now. A google search of Amnesty's site shows only 9 links to "citizenevidence". None of them after April 30,2023. "citizenevidence" tries very hard to brand itself as part of amnesty (links, iconography, etc.) Amnesty mentions them only very briefly (only 9 links ever). This particular report is not endorsed by Amnesty. It's a fraud.
which summed up what I did find and summarized my view of this website as a "fraud" because it appeared to claim affiliation with Amnesty International without authorization.
- My comment was deleted. And in a later series of comments, it was claimed that one of the moderators did find evidence of such affiliation.
- I posted a new comment asking for some permanent fixture showing that Amnesty International endorses the view that "Citizen Evidence" is its affiliate or associate.
- As of right now, all comments have been deleted.
Regardless of the question itself (and whether the comment was appropriate for it), I still believe that if there is evidence showing that "citizen evidence dot org" is endorsed by Amnesty as its affiliate, then we should have that evidence somewhere on this site. I think that's within the scope of the goals of the site (to provide accurate verifiable information about governments and political figures).
Btw, a different source (Human Rights Watch) makes a similar claim and a number of reports have been added to the OP question which reference these 2 sources. So I am not really insisting anymore that the report itself is a fraud, but I do continue to think that its website is suspect. If there is evidence to the contrary, please, post it.