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Lors du Vendée Globe 2016, Thierry Dubois, navigateur engagé a accueilli sur son bateau la conférence de presse de Cécile Coudriou pour Amnesty International France, à l'occasion du lancement de la campagne Réfugiés "I Welcome".
Amnesty International is the world’s largest and most-respected human rights organisation. In Australia and across the globe we bring torturers to justice, change oppressive laws and free people jailed for voicing their opinions. See more at https://www.amnesty.org.au/how-it-works/
Every December, Amnesty supporters across the globe will write millions of letters for people whose basic human rights are being attacked. It’s all part of Write for Rights, our global letter-writing marathon. It’s one of the world’s biggest human rights events and carries on a long tradition of people like you writing letters to right some of the world’s biggest wrongs.
Pre-order Ane Bruns new cd "Songs 2003-2013" and get a SIGNED COPY! shipped directly to your mailbox on streetday 130529. Order here: http://bit.ly/Xs3rz4 Buy on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/no/album/virvelvind-single/id563758389 Lyrics in English: Like a whirlwind it comes and takes me with it Like a stream of lava it comes and pulls me with it Nothing can hold me back nothing can stop me we're free a warmth within us the one that loves life a flame for life can melt ice into water and shine so we find our way and break brickwalls into sand No nothing can hold me back nothing can stop me we're free. "Virvelvind" er årets TV-aksjonslåt, komponert og sunget av Ane Brun. TV-aksjonen 2012 går til Amnesty, som retter søkelyset mot mennesker som blir kneblet, forfulgt og torturert når d...
The UCLU Amnesty International society at UCL is a group of students working to defend and fight for human rights across the globe. We host speaker series, fundraisers, campaigns, letter writing workshops and more. We hope you will join us in the fight for human rights. Stay up to date by liking and following our facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/UCLUAmnestySoc And freshers welcome to UCL! We hope to see you at the Freshers Fair on September 27th and 28th.
http://www.amnestyusa.org/join Over the past 50 years, people from all walks of life, have joined Amnesty International in order to help win the freedom of tens of thousands of prisoners of conscience, shut down torture chambers, halt executions and establish treaties and laws to protect the freedom and dignity of millions in countries around the world. By adding your voice to the movement, YOU become a force for human rights. 2011 marks the 50th anniversary of the founding of Amnesty International, which began with one person and an idea -- to protect the basic dignity and human rights of those imprisoned for their beliefs. In 1961 British lawyer Peter Benenson launched a worldwide "Appeal for Amnesty" on behalf of individuals imprisoned for the peaceful expression of their beliefs....
Amnesty International has launched a campaign to highlight what it says is a dramatically worsening situation for human rights activists across the globe. The group hopes its ‘Brave’ campaign will persuade governments to live up to their UN treaty commitments on protecting human rights defenders. Henry Ridgwell reports from London.
Write a letter, change a life Every December, Amnesty supporters across the globe will write millions of letters for people whose basic human rights are being attacked. It’s all part of Write for Rights, our global letter-writing marathon. It’s one of the world’s biggest human rights events and carries on a long tradition of people like you writing letters to right some of the world’s biggest wrongs. And it’s not just letters – it could be petitions, emails, Tweets, Facebook posts, photos, postcards… Whatever you think will have the biggest impact, and help bring about change.
Islam Khalil was abducted in May 2015 by Egypt's security forces. He was harassed, beaten and tortured. For 122 days, his family had no information as to his whereabouts. They campaigned, alongside Amnesty. Today we are happy to inform Amnesty activists and supporters across the globe that the campaigning is working – Islam is free! Don't just take our word for it – Islam’s brother Nour thanks you all for your continued commitment. Together we will keep fighting for an end to enforced disappearances in Egypt and for the release of all people who remain disappeared. Tell Egypt's president "Sisi"; they must end all enforced disappearances now. Tweet: https://twitter.com/alsisiofficial With: (copy and paste) end abductions and torture in Egypt
The government is in urgent need of the potential revenue from tax amnesty, as combined tax revenue from oil & gas and non-oil & gas sectors dropped 3.92% from last year.
Amnesty International has launched a campaign to highlight what it says is a dramatically worsening situation for human rights activists across the globe. The group hopes its ‘Brave’ campaign will persuade governments to live up to their UN treaty commitments on protecting human rights defenders. Henry Ridgwell reports from London. Originally published at - http://www.voanews.com/a/amnesty-attacks-on-human-rights-activits/3852681.html
Taxation General Directorate records 5 countries which dominate the asset declaration in tax amnesty program. Singapore sits at the top of the list with 84.52 trillion rupiah repatriated fund and 751.18 trillion rupiah declared assets.
Workers at the Amnesty International in London on strike against their management on 20th November 2012. Union members have passed a resolution of no confidence in the Senior Leadership Team of Amnesty to manage and lead the organisation in the defence and promotion of human rights globally, and called for them to step down. More information: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/politics/animosity-international-staff-on-strike-in-amnesty-offices-across-the-globe-8317303.html http://www.unitetheunion.org/news__events/latest_news/two_amnesty_international_offi.aspx
Amnesty International has created this animation to highlight some of the key statistics regarding the use of the death penalty across the globe.
Jalila al Salman gives a message of thanks to Amnesty International from her home, Bahrain, 23 January 2013. http://www.amnesty.org.au/iar/comments/30681/ Thanks to thousands of emails from Amnesty supporters across the globe, months of torture and uncertainty have finally come to an end for Bahraini teacher, Jalila al-Salman. Arrested early last year in a dawn raid of her family home, the Vice President of the Bahrain Teachers' Society was held in an unknown location. Unable to communicate with the outside world, denied access to a lawyer and tried in a military court, Jalia was detained with fellow society leader Madi 'Issa Madi Dheeb. The pair was faced with a string of charges including, "attempting to overthrow the ruling system by force", after they called for a teachers' strike...
Amnesty International released its annual report on Wednesday on the state of human rights across the globe. The campaign group's interim Secretary General called for an investigation into the recent violence in Thailand and backed the US to join the world court. He also voiced his concern about human rights abuses in Sri Lanka following the end of the war between the Tamil Tiger rebel group and the government. Duration: 00:54
Repatriated funds channeled through its network will help ease liquidity, which is expected to have a positive impact on credit distribution.
The government is in full swing in implementing tax amnesty and its supporting institutions. From the outset, Jokowi has personally headed the tax amnesty program, which is expected to generate Rp165T in additional state revenue.
What does Nelson Mandela mean to you? Post your thoughts and read other people's here: http://www.mandelamemorial.com/ It's impossible to imagine a world without Mandela. His death will leave a massive hole, not just in South Africa but around the world. He was a truly global leader who repeatedly rejected every injustice in the cause of human rights. He simply refused to accept injustice -- and his courage helped change our entire world. Mandela's life of political struggle and self-sacrifice became and remains an example to millions around the globe. In November 2006, Amnesty International declared Nelson Mandela an 'Ambassador of Conscience' in recognition of his work over many years of speaking out against human rights abuses not just in South Africa but around the world. Accepting...