Category Archives: Demand Dignity

Two ways we can change the world

Real opportunities to change the world don’t come around very often. Then suddenly, two come along at once. In April, government officials will meet to discuss our private lives. Their distant decisions could translate into harsh realities – see our … Continue reading

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‘No more Beatrizes’: Making history in Montevideo

By Amnesty’s delegation in Montevideo, Uruguay “We’re still celebrating,” activists said about the historic agreement made in the Uruguayan capital last week, at the First Regional Conference on Population and Development. The Montevideo Consensus on Population and Development followed four … Continue reading

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Thank you for making a difference!

Yesterday we were proud to deliver an amazing 93,165 petition signatures to the EU Commissioner for Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship, Viviane Reding, in Brussels, Belgium. Together, we asked her to hold governments to account if they continue to breach … Continue reading

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Art mirrors society for Roma in Europe

By Gabriela Hrabanova, European Roma Grassroots Organization (ERGO) Network, and Fotis Filippou, Campaigner for the Human rights here, Roma rights now campaign for Amnesty International “We wanted to try to find a way to stop racism in the world, because … Continue reading

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