Viet Nam: Tech giants complicit in industrial-scale repression

Facebook engaging in country-wide censorship of content Viet Nam imprisoning a record number of prisoners of…

Human rights monitoring needed more than ever in Western Sahara

By: Yasmine Kacha, researcher on Algeria/Morocco/Western Sahara at Amnesty International On 13 November, Morocco’s army launched an operation…

Multinationals Seem Too Big For Accountability. Switzerland May Change That

This Sunday, the Swiss people will vote in a landmark referendum on how their multinational companies…

Cuba: Amnesty International calls for release of two San Isidro prisoners of conscience

Cuban artist Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara and academic Anamely Ramos González are prisoners of conscience, imprisoned…

Algeria: European Parliament calls for action on human rights and expresses solidarity with demonstrators

The European Parliament’s second urgency resolution on Algeria in a year is an important step and…

Sri Lanka: Deliver justice, truth and reparation to families of the disappeared

Following the announcement of the release of a list of complaints and information received by the…

AMAZON, LET WORKERS UNIONIZE! RESPECT FOR WORKERS’ RIGHTS IS NOT A CHOICE

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on societies and economies around the world. But…

Black Friday rush must not cost Amazon workers their health and safety

People working for Amazon have faced great health and safety risks since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, but…

Greece: Charges against women’s rights activists – including Amnesty staff – must be dropped

Greece: Charges against women’s rights activists – including Amnesty staff – must be dropped Responding to…

Freedom United responds to Scottish Government’s ‘Equally Safe: challenging men’s demand for prostitution’ consultation

Below are Freedom United’s responses to the consultation’s questions most relevant to our work regarding the…