The release of jailed journalist Khadija Ismayilova in Azerbaijan today is a welcome step but she will not have obtained justice until her conviction is quashed, said Amnesty International.
A poignant new video experiment breaking down barriers between Europeans and recently-arrived refugees will be launched by Amnesty International tomorrow (25 May).
Letter to David Cameron calls for urgent investigation into ‘scandal’ of UK-supplied BL-755 cluster bomb being used in village in northern Yemen
One year on from the historic Yes vote in the Republic of Ireland’s marriage equality referendum, campaigners in Northern Ireland have said it’s time for the region’s Assembly to
A Syrian national who arrived on the Greek island of Lesvos has won an appeal against a decision that would have led to his forcible return to Turkey, underscoring the fundamental flaws in the migr
‘It’s clear this scheme doesn’t add up legally, doesn’t have support politically and will be opposed publically’ - Laura Trevelyan
Narges Mohammadi is vice president of Centre for Human Rights Defenders, founded by Nobel Peace Prize winner Shirin Ebadi
More than three quarters of the British public would accept refugees in their neighbourhood or home, according to a new Amnesty International survey published today, showing that anti-refugee polit