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Germain Rukuki has risked everything to campaign for human rights in Burundi. Will you donate today to help release Germain and others like him?

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In 2017, Germain was arrested for defending human rights. He was found guilty of “rebellion” among other false charges. He is now serving a 32-year sentence in the overcrowded Ngozi prison, at high risk of coronavirus. Germain’s wife, Emelyne, gave birth four months after his imprisonment, meaning Germain was never able to hold his third child. Three years on, Germain still hasn’t seen his family. Donate now to demand justice for Germain. All donations go to Amnesty International UK Section Charitable Trust.

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£15 could help Amnesty International investigate human rights abuses and collect crucial evidence to bring perpetrators to justice.

£25 could help organise petitions and campaigns to mobilise our supporters and activists to call for a fairer world.

£40 could help campaign to free Germain and people like him, who have been who have been wrongly imprisoned, so they can be reunited

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