Jun 6 2018 10:11AM
Planning for Pride 2018
Pride is an important part of our calendar. In Scotland we’re helping Amnesty’s local groups coordinate attendance at as many Prides as possible to raise awareness of the human rights implications of failures to respect LGBTI people’s...
May 28 2018 2:57PM
Liu Xia: Chinese poet under house arrest
Liu Xia has been under house arrest since 2010, but her fellow artists have not forgotten her.
May 21 2018 6:48PM
The work of the Scotland office
The Amnesty Scotland office was founded by Ruth Adler who was employed as the Scottish Development Officer in 1991. Befitting the new location, the Scotland Office launch in 1992 centred on a Burns Night Supper. A scholar and passionat...
May 14 2018 4:24PM
Tep Vanny: Jailed for defending her home
On 23 February 2017, Cambodian land rights activist Tep Vanny was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for ‘intentional violence with aggravating circumstances’ – her crime was mobilising the local community in Cambodia’s Boeung...
May 10 2018 10:50AM
Fighting the Twitter Trolls
Thousands of digital activists are helping us build an algorithm that can detect online abuse automatically. Here’s how you can join the online movement taking on the trolls.
Apr 26 2018 1:21PM
President of Malawi visiting the Scottish Parliament
Scotland and Malawi have a special relationship that dates back hundreds of years to the explorer David Livingston. Thanks to these connections the two countries have well established social, cultural and economic ties. From Scotland w...
Apr 17 2018 11:49AM
Lessons in Collaboration
Jennie Joy from the University of Edinburgh Amnesty Group writes about the annual Scottish Student Conference Last month, Edinburgh University and Aberdeen University Amnesty Societies successfully co-hosted the annual Amnesty Scottish...
Apr 12 2018 2:26PM
Join our #TrollPatrol
Join our army of digital volunteers exposing sexist, racist and other abuse against women on #ToxicTwitter
Apr 12 2018 10:30AM
Suffragette Spirit artwork to be unveiled in Aberdeen
Today, global human rights organisation Amnesty International announces an artistic collaboration with arts festival Nuart Aberdeen.
Mar 27 2018 1:23PM
Yemen: Three years of devastating conflict and escalating human rights abuses
The conflict in Yemen has now been raging for more than three years. The war has had a devastating impact on the country. Yet Yemen still struggles to make international headlines.
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