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The Volunteers Facing Jail for Saving Lives

In Greece, you can go to jail for trying to save a life. It happened to Seán Binder, 25, and Sarah Mardini, 24,...

Hong Kong: "We Serve with Pride and Care" How police are...

Learn how Amnesty International acted in real-time to verify reports of the Hong Kong police’s escalating use of force against protesters from June...

World Leaders Get Schooled On Climate Change

The climate breakdown is the biggest Human Rights challenge that humanity has ever faced. Despite the facts, world leaders are not acting with...

The Climate Change Activist Part of a Much Bigger Movement

Bruno might be one person in Argentina. But he’s an Ambassador Of Conscience, because he’s part of something much bigger—the Friday’s For Future...

From an Argentinian Jail to U.S. Congress

Jonathan Fantini-Porter is the son of Nestor Fantini, a former political prisoner in Argentina during the 1970s, and a "product of Amnesty International" This...

How to Stay Safe on Social Media

Violence and abuse is widespread online, particularly against women. Here are some tips on what you can do if you experience abuse or...

How To Protest Peacefully

Everyone has the right to protest. Here is your guide on how to stay safe and be effective.

“Fleeing my whole life”: Older people’s experience of conflict and displacement...

Tens of thousands of older women and men from ethnic minorities across Myanmar who faced military atrocities and were forced to flee their...

Debunking myths and lies about refugees

"Before we go any further let’s get some labels out of the way. So: I had to leave my city, Raqqa, because of the...

The Ambassador of Conscience Award 2019

The Ambassador of Conscience Award recognizes remarkable individuals and groups who have promoted and enhanced the cause of human rights by acting on...

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