Category Archives: Death Penalty

3 people we won’t forget in 2015

Anna Neistat, Senior Director for Research at Amnesty International, on why we need to remember the people behind the headlines in the year ahead. Injustice, abuse and freedom are not abstract concepts. There are lives behind them, lost and saved, … Continue reading

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Good news and bad news on the death penalty as 2014 draws to a close

By Chiara Sangiorgio, Amnesty International’s Death Penalty Expert, @chiarasan For those of us who are actively campaigning for an end to the death penalty – the ultimate cruel and inhuman form of punishment – the past few weeks have been … Continue reading

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Read WIRE Sept/Oct: ‘What if it was me?’

“What if it was me in that photo?” asks one young Amnesty activist looking at Vesselina Nikolaeva’s images of Syrian refugees in Bulgaria (pages 4-7). Her photos might inspire you to ask more questions: If you had to leave your … Continue reading

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