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Amnesty International 2h
Zak, a queer activist in , died this September following a violent attack. Video footage shows that he was brutally beaten up by 2 men. It also shows police arriving & violently attempting to arrest Zak who was dying on the ground. Take action now.
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Amnesty International 2h
More than 1,600 civilian lives have been lost as a direct result of thousands of US, UK & French air strikes & US artillery strikes in the Coalition’s military campaign in Raqqa from June to October 2017, but the Coalition forces still refuse to take responsibility.
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Amnesty International 4h
1. Protest peacefully 2. Join groups & 3. Get organised on issues they believe in That's what happens in societies that are genuinely free and fair.
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Amnesty International 4h
700,000 people displaced. 70+ years since the Nakba. Palestinian refugees are still waiting for their right to return.
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Amnesty International May 18
Hate speech = poison Hate speech = poison Hate speech = poison Ready to have your voice heard? Now is the time to 🔊
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Amnesty International May 18
We are supporting Israeli citizens who are taking the Israeli Ministry of Defence to court to make sure NSO Group stops selling spyware that governments worldwide are using in chilling attacks on people defending human rights— including our own staff.
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Amnesty International May 18
Meet Ela, a well-known & admired activist in Poland. She needs you to take action for her! She risks prison on ridiculous charges over posters of the Virgin Mary with an LGBTI rainbow halo that were hung by someone in the town of Płock. Support Ela!
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Amnesty International May 18
This Saudi-Arabian ship is carrying arms likely bound for Yemen. Activists stopped it in France. Join us in stopping it again. No EU state should authorize the transfer of arms to a conflict where there is a clear risk they will be used in war crimes.
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Amnesty International May 17
Across Europe thousands of people are fighting for their rights to be treated with dignity and respect. People like Adel. Vote in the EU elections and have your voice heard. Now is the time to 🔈
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Anna Neistat May 17
For the last 3 weeks, hospitals & other medical facilities have become key targets for assault in . W the Security Council set to discuss NW , it’s vital they address the deliberate targeting of civilian infrastructure by the govt & Russia.
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Amnesty International May 17
Taiwan, our Pride is one. Love wins. Happy .
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joanne mariner May 17
Taiwan has made history - the first country in Asia to legalize same-sex marriage! "Love has won over hate, and equality has won over discrimination," says Annie Huang of Taiwan.
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Amnesty International May 17
“There is a picture of Zak with open arms and a sign in front of his chest that read “free hugs”. That’s who Zak was. He had a big heart, a big embrace that fit everyone & everything.” Murdered LGBTI activist Zak Kostopoulos in his mother’s words.
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Angela Singh May 15
This brilliant young man is using spoken word to spark a change across Salvador! Go Evanilson ✍🏽🎤🇧🇷
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Jerome Taylor May 17
Replying to @amnesty
"We hope this landmark vote will generate waves across Asia and offer a much-needed boost in the struggle for equality for LGBTI people in the region," Annie Huang, from Taiwan, said in a statement.
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Amnesty International May 17
More than the colours of a rainbow flag, we are the full spectrum of genders, sexualities, identities. Friends, colleagues, family in all our diversity coming together this to demand justice and equality safety and respect.
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Amnesty International May 17
Love won. Love always wins. 🌈
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Amnesty International May 16
What’s the difference between transgender and intersex? Here's our easy-access guide to LGBTI rights and why we need to protect them.
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Amnesty International May 16
This Saudi-Arabian ship is carrying arms likely bound for Yemen. Activists stopped it in France. Join us in stopping it again. No EU state should authorize the transfer of arms to a conflict where there is a clear risk they will be used in war crimes.
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Amnesty International May 16
Alabama has passed a near-total ban on abortion. There are no exceptions for rape or incest. Doctors providing abortions will be criminalized. Read why banning abortions doesn't work.
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