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Amnesty International in the UK - standing up for human rights across the world, wherever justice, freedom, fairness and truth are denied.
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Campaigners for Love Equality NI spoke to Irish parliamentarians about the inequality of the same sex marriage ban
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Amnesty UK Apr 20
Did you know the UK locks up thousands of people in immigration detention every single year? There's no time limit on how long someone can stay there. It could be weeks, months or even years. Let's put a stop to this. Call on the government here
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Sanctuary on Sea Apr 18
Please join us at the Amnesty Brighton bookshop next Tuesday, 23rd at 7pm. Our Chair, will be joining Jon Bowra from Nations United and Tom Davies from to talk about the role of football in welcoming and supporting refugees
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Quakers in Britain Apr 12
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Stevenage FC 🔴⚪ 8h
We are delighted to welcome 40 Syrian Refugee Families to , thanks to , as part of 's Football Welcomes Campaign. 👋
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Shane Enright Apr 20
You can find our petition against ⁦⁩ profiteering on child citizenship fees here, as mentioned by ⁦⁩ in her speech just now. Join us & ⁦⁩ to raise awareness in schools.
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Amnesty UK 9h
'Twitter makes it “super easy” to abuse and harass others, especially women, its co-founder and chief executive Jack Dorsey admitted' - Some food for thought on
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Kumi Naidoo 12h
Horrified by the devastating attacks on churches and hotels during celebrations in Sri Lanka today. My heart goes out to all the victims and the people of Sri Lanka. We urge that truth and justice must prevail so this horrific violence can be defeated 🇱🇰
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Amnesty International South Asia 13h
Shocking and saddening news coming out of Sri Lanka. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by today’s attacks on churches and hotels.(1/2)
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Amnesty UK Apr 20
Did you know the UK locks up thousands of people in immigration detention every single year? There's no time limit on how long someone can stay there. It could be weeks, months or even years. Let's put a stop to this. Call on the government here
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Amnesty UK Apr 20
After my imprisonment, my little brother has been jailed in Israel. Who will speak up for Palestinian kids like us?
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MFC Foundation Apr 18
Congratulations to our ClubTogether team who finished 3rd place in a tournament hosted by in partnership with yesterday ⚽️🔴⚪️🥉
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Amnesty UK Apr 20
Ever wondered what it would be like to be told you were never British after all? Read Alicia's experience, being a child of a here👇🌍🇬🇧
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Amnesty Int'l NI Apr 19
Death of journalist Lyra McKee last night is devastating news. Lyra was due to speak at an Amnesty event for World Press Freedom Day on the dangers of reporting violent conflicts. Thoughts with her partner, family and many friends.
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Amnesty UK Apr 20
Ever wondered what it would be like to be told you were never British after all? Read Alicia's experience, being a child of a here👇🌍🇬🇧
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Steve Valdez-Symonds Apr 19
How can someone born in UK, lived all her live here, enter adulthood blocked or impeded from her right to British ? Read Alicia’s story & please RT.
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Amnesty UK Apr 19
Mr Bashir should be "immediately handed over to the International Criminal Court...His case must not be hurriedly tried in Sudan's notoriously dysfunctional legal system. Justice must be served," says Joan Nyanyuki, Amnesty International
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Niall Couper Apr 18
The death last night of journalist Lyra McKee is devastating news. She was a friend of Amnesty and will be sorely missed
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Carolyn Harris Apr 19
Delighted that are taking part in ’s initiative this weekend to enable refugees to feel more welcome in their new communities, and to celebrate their contribution to the beautiful game. Find out how:
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Richard Branson Apr 19
Why I think every business leader should become a global advocate for universal abolition of the death penalty.
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