New Amnesty blogs - Frequently Asked Questions
How do I sign in to the new site?
If you had an account on the main amnesty.org.uk website or on protectthehuman.com, you should be able to sign in as normal. The system won’t recognise your old password, so you’ll need to reset your password instead.
If you had an account on our old blog platform that you used to comment on blogs, you’ll need to create a new account.
How do I post a comment?
You’ll need to register for the site to comment on any of our blogs – plus registering means you can get regular updates from us and our work. It only takes a couple of minutes and you can register here.
What’s happened to comments I’ve posted on the old blogs site?
Unfortunately we weren’t able to migrate comments across from our old blogs platform to our new system.
Is there an RSS feed for all blogs?
There isn't one RSS feed for all of our blogs, but each individual blog has an RSS feed on it's main page - just click the orange icon under the blog name.
I can’t find a particular blog
Check our list of all blogs we’ve transferred to see if you can find it there. We took the decision not to transfer any blog that hadn’t been regularly updated since May 2011, so if you’re looking for an older blog it may no longer be available.
Can I blog?
We’re looking at how we can expand who blogs for Amnesty, and we’ll announce some plans later next year to open up our platform to new human rights bloggers.
Our blogs are written by Amnesty International staff, volunteers and other interested individuals, to encourage debate around human rights issues. They do not necessarily represent the views of Amnesty International.