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Apr 12 2018 12:57PM
Prolonged detention and rejected applications are all too common for LGBTI asylum seekers like Sadat I. from Ghana.
This blog was written by Alex Wainwright, Education Officer and North East and Yorkshire Outreach Lead for Amnesty UK’s LGBTI Network Homosexuality remains illegal in 72 countries, of which 45 have laws applying to women as well as men...
Apr 12 2018 10:30AM
Suffragette Spirit artwork to be unveiled in Aberdeen
Today, global human rights organisation Amnesty International announces an artistic collaboration with arts festival Nuart Aberdeen.
Apr 8 2018 4:37PM
After Saydnaya, we'll rebuild
Kristyan Benedict - @KreaseChan I’m in Beirut and my second workshop with the Syrian human right initiative Ta’afi has just wrapped up. As I’m collecting my papers, Ahmad, the head of Ta’afi, which works to resettle and empower newly-r...
Apr 3 2018 5:18PM
Chechnya – One Year On
One year ago, troubling reports claiming the abduction and torture of gay and bisexual men started to emerge from Chechnya. We are still awaiting an investigation by the authorities and for justice to be served.
Mar 30 2018 7:12PM
It's time to speak up on Trans Day of Visibility
This blog was written by Pippa Hallett, Prides Lead and East, West and South Midlands Outreach Lead for Amnesty UK's LGBTI Network. International Transgender Day of Visibility (TDOV) is held annually on the 31 st of March. Initially cr...