Amnesty International

Write for Rights 2020: Join the campaign and change a life today

When we all act together, we are more powerful. That is the driving force behind Write for Rights, Amnesty’s global campaign and the world’s biggest human rights event.

The people you are helping today want to make the word a better place. They are demanding justice, and human rights for all. Many have been imprisoned, disappeared and attacked.

Every year, millions of individuals write letters, sign petitions and organise events. And it works! People are freed, justice is served, and the world becomes a better place. Every action counts, and these people need your help. Act now.

#W4R20

📢 You asked what you can make a difference, well here it is – the biggest #HumanRights events in the world, that anyone can take part in. Sign a petition, save a life. Start writing now: https://www.amnesty.eu/news/write-for-rights-2020-join-the-campaign-and-change-a-life-today/ #W4R20 ✍️

THANK YOU SO MUCH. I HAVE NO WORDS. YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW MY HEART IS FILLED WITH HAPPINESS.

Magai Matiop Ngong, freed from death row in 2020

Take action and protect their rights today:

Free Nassima al-Sada
Nassima is in prison for her work defending women’s rights in Saudi Arabia. She goes months without seeing her children or lawyer. 
Take action and call on the King of Saudi Arabia to free Nassima now.
Read more about nassima
Free Germain Rukuki
Germain Rukuki has risked everything to campaign against torture in Burundi. Because of his human rights work, he is serving a 32-year prison sentence. Take action now and demand his release.
read more about Germain
Demand justice for the El Hiblu 3
In Malta, three youths risk life in prison for their roles in helping fellow asylum-seekers escape torture. 
Call for justice for The El Hiblu 3. 
Read more about the el hiblu 3
Demand Student Pride Defenders are acquitted
Students peacefully celebrating LGBTI+ PRIDE in Ankara, Turkey were met with police brutality and charges of “unlawful assembly”. They must be acquitted. 
read more about the metu students

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