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May 28 2021 10:08AM
The Forgotten Refugees of South Asia

Blog by Jerry Allen and Ayesha Mehta - Country Coordinators During Refugee week we should consider the millions of refugees who continue to live in very poor conditions, without hope of being able to travel to Europe. We particularly...

May 24 2021 6:29PM
New Report: Delivering Human Rights In Scotland During COVID-19

New research from the Amnesty and our partners at the Human Rights Consortium Scotland has found there is little evidence that the human rights of Scottish citizens were taken into consideration as major public service redesigns took...

May 4 2021 4:32PM
SP21 Manifesto Round-up

As Scotland heads to the polls to elect its next Parliament - at Amnesty Scotland we’ve been analysing how manifestos measure up on human rights. In December 2020 we met with representatives from the main parties to discuss our policy...

Apr 23 2021 1:27PM
Books Review: Windrush Child by Benjamin Zephaniah

Endorsed by Amnesty, Windrush Child is an essential read for young readers and adults alike. The book teaches about inclusivity and diversity and gives voice to a generation of Children whose stories had often been overlooked.

Apr 15 2021 9:43PM
A Manifesto for Human Rights

Ahead of the Scottish parliamentary elections on May 6th, Amnesty Scotland has set out the commitments we asked for from parties to ensure Session 6 of the Scottish Parliament is truly transformational in creating a nation where human...