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Amnesty International 11h
81% of respondents of our survey think “Amnesty International should set out a shared agenda with other organisations so common objectives are identified & worked towards (collective impact)”. Do you agree? Fill in the survey.
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Amnesty International 12h
Alejandra is a trans woman who fled El Salvador for the US after she was attacked because of her gender. US immigration authorities have since detained her *since 2017*. Tell to stop detaining LGBTI people & others.
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Lini Zurlia May 24
Victoria, friend of mine is one of the greatest lawyer behind legalized same sex marriage in Taiwan 🥰🥰🏳️‍🌈
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Amnesty International May 25
While tries to build a wall at the USA-Mexico border, we are building a longer table to welcome all people in search of safety. Stand with us and say it loud and clear: everyone deserves safety and freedom!
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Amnesty International May 24
Today is the first day same-sex couples are allowed to marry in Taiwan. Taiwan is making history 🌈
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Amnesty International May 24
While tries to build a wall at the USA-Mexico border, we are building a longer table to welcome all people in search of safety. Stand with us & say it loud and clear: everyone deserves safety & freedom!
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Amnesty International May 24
🌎🌎🌎Act on Climate. It's time.
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Amnesty International May 24
5 reasons to join . 1. It's your right to protest peacefully. 2. Future is at risk. 3. Climate justice = human rights. 4. You should act on lessons learned. 5. Change happens when we're together. 🌍🌍🌍
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Amnesty International May 24
Here are 5 reasons students (& everyone else) should strike for climate 🌍
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Amnesty International May 24
“Amnesty International should drop proactive work on international justice, but only monitor reactively.” 60% of respondents disagree with this. What do you think? Join our survey.
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Amnesty International May 23
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 May 23
1. Create a climate for change. 2. Fight for your freedoms. 3. Stand up for equality. 4. Spread love, not hate. 5. Use your voice, use your vote.
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Amnesty International May 23
Replying to @amnesty
Meet the survivors of the air strikes conducted by the US-led coalition in Syria & demand accountability here.
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Amnesty International May 23
In Game of Thrones the death & destruction was just fiction. In Raqqa, Syria it was not. The US-led coalition airstrikes left damage that was very real.
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Amnesty International May 23
Today is the day for many of you to vote in the EU elections. Change comes when courageous people take a stand for what they believe in. Your voice is powerful—now is the time to 📢
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Amnesty International May 22
A fair country does not exclude its citizens. A fair Brazil is a Brazil for everyone.
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Amnesty International May 22
Replying to @amnesty
In societies that are genuinely free & fair, people can protest peacefully, join groups and get organised on issues they believe in. Let's make that a reality?
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Amnesty International May 22
Marielle Franco was assassinated in Brazil. She campaigned for women, LGBTI communities & against police violence. Let’s celebrate a woman who inspired some of the most marginalized people to reach high & hold fast to their rights.
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Amnesty International May 22
Hate speech = poison.
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Amnesty International May 22
1. Create a climate for change. 2. Fight for your freedoms. 3. Stand up for equality. 4. Spread love, not hate. 5. Use your voice, use your vote.
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