Literature and human rights
What do novels, poems and picture books have to do with our human rights? Easy - Reading fiction develops our empathy and social understanding.
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Whether you want to shop in store or buy online, you'll find what you're looking for at Amnesty Books. We've got seven shops across the UK and are on Amazon.
Books for adults
Looking for a good read? From short stories to anthologies of poetry via the best in human rights novels, browse our online store and find just what you're after.
We believe that children's books are important in developing values that underpin our human rights. And it turns out the psychologists agree with us.
The UDHR in pictures
This gallery shows some of the beautiful pages that make up our illustrated guide to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, We Are All Born Free.
Ten books about human rights
It's tough to give a top ten of anything, but here's a short list of some of the most celebrated literature dealing with human rights issues. They're also just great reads.
From how-to guides, to tips on creative campaigning we have a great stack of books to help inspire the campaigner in everyone.
The Rights of the Child
This gallery offers a peak at a beautifully illustrated take on the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, by Alain Serres with pictures by Aurélia Fronty.