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Reform Dublin asylum system: A chance to unite families and unite Europe
Alan and Gyan Mohammed are siblings, who were both teachers in their hometown of Al Hasakah in North Eastern Syria. They have muscular dystrophy and use wheelchairs. When the so-called Islamic State (IS) group captured their town in summer 2014, they had little choice but to leave.
A leadership test for the EU
Our leaders are facing a historic opportunity to improve the lives of people who have fled their homes and ...
EU infighting must not weaken international response to ethnic cleansing in Myanmar
European Commission must deliver justice for Italy’s Roma
Fast-talking, energetic and keen to learn, Clelia* has much in common with hundreds of thousands of other ...
Rome Anniversary: Reflections on the EU’s future on human rights
This weekend European heads of state and government will meet in Rome to celebrate the EU’s 60th anniversary ...
The human rights violators’ playbook: how to respond to an Amnesty International report
To coincide with the launch of our 2016/17 Annual Report, let’s look at five tactics for responding to an AI ...
Suggested EU rules on conflict mineral trade risk exclusion of 90% of importers
Could financing conflict up to a point be excused with control and preventive measures being too ...
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International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia: Why LGBTI Prides are about human rights
"I have received death threats, but I have no fear" - interview with Father Solalinde, October 2013
We sent an SOS to EU Leaders - see how it went
Blogging has become a tool to protect human rights
A survivor’s journey after female genital mutilation
Protecting the rights of everyone living in Rome should not be controversial
Three questions for three Gambian activists
Leaving it all behind – a Syrian family’s journey to safety
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL FEATURE: A year on from deadly Israel/Gaza conflict the nightmare continues
On the fringes of Europe no warm welcome for refugees in Bulgaria
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL FEATURE: The dangers of reporting on human rights in Sri Lanka
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Harvey Milk has inspired me to keep fighting discrimination
Caught on camera, hidden from view: the enforced disappearance of Sombath Somphone
16 Days of activism against gender-based violence
“If your basic needs are met you won’t expose your chest to the bullets” - Interview with Jesus Emil
Turkey: Caught up in the Gezi park protests
‘I feared the Greek police more than the Syrian military’
Happy Holidays from Amnesty International's European Institutions Office
The state decides who I am
A tale of two identities
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Solving the 'Big Brother Problem' That Affects Every One of Us
Dominican Republic: Stateless people are no-rights people
Armed with pens, keyboards and a passion for human rights
Journalism is not a crime
Where now for the EU in addressing violence against women
Spotlight on EU-Africa and human rights
Spotlight on Roma rights in Europe
Czech Republic: “Maybe this is what it was like during Hitler’s era”
France: “They said they would have killed us if we stayed”
Greece: “My children are afraid they don’t want to return to the house”
Thank you! But our work isn't over
Join us on-line on 29 April in solidarity with migrants asylum-seekers and refugees
Azerbaijan: Human rights start at home
S O S Europe: “All these people should be in safe place”
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