• Nov 21 2014
  • 5:06pm
Giant postcard protest ahead of Abu Dhabi Grand Prix over jailing of human rights lawyer
Two days before the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, three teams of Amnesty activists embarked on a whistle-stop tour of London landmarks today with a giant postcard and asked passers-by to stand in the frame
  • Nov 21 2014
  • 4:58pm
USA: Call to free man who spent 40 years in solitary, as conviction overturned
Albert Woodfox has spent more than 40 years in isolation
  • Nov 21 2014
  • 12:19pm
Indonesia: Surge in blasphemy convictions - New Report
More than 100 cases of blasphemy convictions in last decade
  • Nov 20 2014
  • 3:40pm
Sir Richard Branson, Kate Nash and Sir Trevor McDonald to judge Amnesty's Youth Awards
Sir Richard Branson - ambassador of Amnesty’s Youth Awards Sir Trevor McDonald OBE – judge, Young Reporter strand
  • Nov 20 2014
  • 12:15pm
Launch of 'Detekt' - New tool allows spy victims to identify government surveillance
Detekt “represents a strike back against governments who are using information obtained through surveillance”
  • Nov 19 2014
  • 2:40pm
Northern Ireland: Amnesty welcomes harassment conviction of anti-abortion protestor
Amnesty International has welcomed today's decision of a Belfast court to convict an anti-abortion protestor of harassment.
  • Nov 18 2014
  • 1:41pm
Israel / OPT: Killing of worshippers at synagogue an 'abhorrent attack'
Armed men who attacked worshippers at a synagogue in West Jerusalem killing four Israelis and injuring eight this morning have displayed an utter contempt for fundamental principles of humanity, sa
  • Nov 17 2014
  • 3:17pm
China: Subversion charge for supporter of Hong Kong protest 'extremely alarming development'
The Chinese authorities appear to have intensified the crackdown against mainland activists for peacefully supporting the Hong Kong protests, Amnesty International said, following reports one faces