Our society is structurally racist. We have launched Amnesty’s Anti-Racism Network to bring people together, to fight for the rights that racism as an institution has taken away from people of colour. Together we are stronger.
Is Prevent racist? As part of our in-depth research project on Prevent, we want to know how the Prevent strategy is impacting free speech and the right to protest and how marginalised groups may be at a particular disadvantage.
How young people and social media have positively impacted global movements and how Amnesty UK can help in uplifting voices of young people.
Amnesty International UK Director Sacha Deshmukh's article for The Times on Thursday May 12 2022. The Human Rights Act should stay: current plans to strip it down leave the UK at risk of joining the authoritarian club.
The UK-Israel trade deal should not depend on ignoring human rights abuses and apartheid. The UK should use its leverage in trade negotiations to enhance and protect Palestinian rights.
Over 3 million people have fled Ukraine in just over three weeks, seeking safety and refuge in neighbouring countries and beyond. The conflict and its destructive consequences have opened many people’s eyes to what it means to be a...
Written by Tom Southerden The UK government is running a consultation on plans to scrap the Human Rights Act and replace it with a Bill of Rights. We are concerned that the proposals would severely weaken rights protections in the UK...