This year marks the 33rd anniversary of the 1989 pro-democracy movement and the Tiananmen massacre. As always, we stand firmly with Tiananmen mothers, supporting their demands for truth, accountability, and justice for victims.
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.
Sebrayah - Captain of the Afghan Women’s National Development Football Team - had to flee to the UK from Afghanistan when the Taliban seized power last year with her team.
Human Rights charities JustRight Scotland (JRS) and Amnesty International have launched a consultation asking how they can support protestors in Scotland. The organisations are working together to develop practical resources which will...