Devastating air strikes, led by Saudi Arabia, have killed thousands of Yemeni civilians and destroyed homes, schools and hospitals. Meanwhile, the UK government has been providing weapons to those committing these horrific war crimes. Demand the UK stops selling arms being used in human rights abuses.
The list of human tragedy grows day by day – people crushed by lorries, drowned on our shores and denied shelter at our borders.
EU representatives are failing to address the crisis. Most recently, they agreed to defer a decision until October. Put pressure on them to make sure it's the right one.
Ashraf Fayadh, a Palestinian poet and artist who lives in Saudi Arabia, has been sentenced to death for ‘apostasy’. The Saudi Arabian authorities claim that his poetry has questioned religion and spread atheism.
Ashraf has committed no crime. He is a prisoner of conscience. Ask the Saudi Arabian authorities to free him now.
From setting up one of the few human rights organisations in Saudi Arabia to representing blogger Raif Badawi in court, Waleed is one of the most outspoken critics of his government's human rights abuses. The authorities are trying to silence him by imprisoning him for 15 years. Demand his freedom.
Student activists Phyoe Phyoe Aung and her husband Lin Htet Naing are among over a hundred people detained in Burma for peacefully protesting for education rights this year. They face over nine years in prison, simply for protesting.
As Burma goes to the polls, ask the president to release the student protesters.
Ireland has one of the world’s most restrictive abortion laws. Seeking a termination even on grounds of rape, incest, or where the foetus won’t survive could get you 14 years in prison.
Ireland is violating the fundamental rights of its women and girls. Ask Ireland’s Prime Minister to decriminalise abortion.
Raif Badawi was flogged in public 50 times in January. He has 950 lashes and nearly a decade in prison left to serve - mainly for blogging.
Raif is still at risk of being publicly flogged 50 times after Friday prayers until he has been lashed 1,000 times. Ask Saudi authorities to halt the punishment and to free this prisoner of conscience.
22-year-old student 'Marwan' is serving a year in prison after being pressured to 'confess' to being gay. Demand his immediate release.
Atena Farghadani is in prison in Iran simply for her peaceful activism and art.
After drawing cartoons that Iranian authorities found to be mocking of members of parliament, alongside similar charges, Atena has been sentenced to over 12 years in prison. She is a prisoner of conscience. Call for her release.
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