Book and Activities: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning To Kill a Mockingbird is a twentieth century classic. Find out how you can use the no

Urgent Action update: Court to review death sentences of two men

The Supreme Military Court of Appeals formally agreed to reconsider the death sentences of two men.

7th update on UA 91/16 issued 05/12/2018

Urgent Action: Bahraini refugee risks deportation

Bahraini refugee Hakeem Ali al-Araibi is in imminent danger of deportation from Thailand.

UA 206/18 issued 06/12/2018

Urgent Action: Survivor of sexual harassment faces imprisonment

Employee at a State High School in Lombok, Indonesia, has been found guilty of distributing pornographic content.

UA 199/18 issued 04/12/2018

Urgent Action update: Human rights defender’s sentencing is imminent

On 26 November, Oyub Titiev – prisoner of conscience and the head of Russian NGO - was denied release on bail.

3rd update on UA 005/18 issued 04/12/2018

Urgent Action: Social justice activist on hunger strike

Suha Jbara on hunger strike since 22 November in protest against her detention and torture by Palestinian security forces

UA: 203/18 issued 29/11/2018

Urgent Action: Saudi activists face the death penalty

Saudi activist Israa al-Ghomgham and four other individuals on trial at the SCC face the death penalty.

UA 201/18 issued 03/12/2018

Urgent Action good news: Activist released on bail after months in detention

Shahidul Alam, photographer and outspoken social activist, has been freed on permanent bail after 100 days behind bars.

2nd update on UA 146/18 issued 29/11/2018

Yemen Conflict: UK must stop arming Saudi Arabia petition

Petition calling on Secretary of State for International Trade Liam Fox to stop the UK supplying deadly weapons to Saudi

Yemen Conflict: UK must stop arming Saudi Arabia petition

Winter Groups News 2018

Winter issue of Groups News covers great activities that Amnesty groups have organised during the last 6 months.

Winter Groups News 2018
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