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(12/11/2013) Leaving it all behind – a Syrian family’s journey to safety “I’m not thinking about the future… I’m thinking about what we have left behind. I did not say a proper ... (07/11/2013) Three questions for three Gambian activists Dr. Amadou Scattred Janneh is the founder and Coordinator of the ‘Coalition for Change – The Gambia’, a NGO ... (05/11/2013) Protecting the rights of everyone living in Rome should not be controversial The issue of Roma communities’ access to adequate housing in Rome has, clearly, become an emotive one. ... (29/10/2013) Caught on camera, hidden from view: the enforced disappearance of Sombath Somphone Imagine a man thinking and discussing about development in his country — many people know him, a regular ... (28/10/2013) "I have received death threats, but I have no fear"- interview with Father Solalinde It is hard not to feel admiration when talking with Father Alejandro Solalinde. Quietly, he describes his ... (24/10/2013) We sent an SOS to EU Leaders - see how it went Today we went to the Schuman roundabout laden with banners, placards and lifejackets to set up a visual ... (15/10/2013) "Blogging has become a tool to protect human rights" To mark the launch of our new website and blog platform we spoke to Nicolas Beger, director of Amnesty ... (11/07/2013) A survivor’s journey after female genital mutilation Leyla Hussein is an anti-FGM activist, psychotherapist, ‘Strong Voice’ of Amnesty International’s END FGM ...

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