After more than two years of unfair hearings, 11 activists arrested for standing up for human rights in Turkey will finally hear the court’s decision on their case on 19 February 2020. If convicted, they could face up to 15 years in prison.
Blog by Katherine Walton, Chair of the Amnesty Children's Human Rights Network ‘COVID-Summer Food Fund Announced thanks to 22 year-old Marcus Rashford - let’s keep up the pressure to make sure children have their right to food realised...
Shining a light on the hidden victims during this pandemic
Blog by Lisa Incledon, Children's Human Rights Network Committee member The Covid-19 pandemic is impacting on all of us in different ways. For both children and adults, this pandemic has been a worrying and difficult time. We have...
Imagine is the theme for this year’s Refugee Week, 15-21 June, and here are three learning activities that will give your children an understanding of refugees.
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