Annual Review 2022

In 2022 Amnesty International responded to an array of conflicts and crises around the world, documenting abuses, challenging their causes and supporting the most vulnerable.

Last year saw Russia begin its full-scale invasion of Ukraine, demonstrations for women’s rights face violent suppression in Iran, women and girls rights in Afghanistan came under growing restrictions, and the right to protest come under threat across the globe, amongst many other developments that happened globally. On the other hand, Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and Anoosheh Ashoori returned to the UK after years of imprisonment in Iran.

Thanks to your support, Amnesty International was there to expose and combat these and many other human rights violations. Our aim is not only to respond to events, but also address the root causes of the violations. We need more people to understand and value human rights. We need to build a powerful movement to defend these rights. And we need to show that human rights victories can be won. This review highlights our progress towards this in 2022.

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AIUK Annual Review 2022