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  • FAQ | Amnesty International Canada
    or agencies are already working on the case The wishes of the individual Benefit to harm ratio i e we will not make the situation worse by acting 2 Joining Amnesty 2 1 How can I join Amnesty International Donate You can join Amnesty International by making a monthly or single gift of any amount You can join online here by phone at 1 800 AMNESTY 1 800 266 3789 or by mailing a donation to Amnesty International 312 Laurier Ave E Ottawa ON K1N 1H9 When you join you ll receive a Welcome Kit and regular updates about our work You can also get involved with other members in your community in letter writing and in specialized networks Become a Member If you donate any amount to Amnesty you can become a member with the right to participate in our AGM as a voting member and other similar benefits Find more information about membership here Volunteer Whether you have a few minutes or a few hours a week you can be part of our grassroots human rights work A few ways you can get involved Amnesty groups and Action Circles There are approximately 90 local and regional Groups and Action Circles in communities across the Canada Groups work on our current campaigns participate in letter writing appeals and participate in special projects You can find groups in your area here The Urgent Action Network When the immediate safety of someone is at risk our method of choice is the Urgent Action Network UAN UAN participants send urgent faxes letters and emails to authorities around the world for individuals who are at risk of imminent human rights violations Send us an email to join In your email please include your name your mailing address and how often you would like us to send you UAs a common choice is one per month Your UAs will be emailed to you unless you specify that you wish to receive them by regular mail Sign up for e updates Sign up for regular campaign and action updates You can find more options for getting involved on our website at our Getting Involved page 2 2 I m an Amnesty International supporter How can I update my details It is quick and easy to update your contact information on our secure form If you need to change your credit card or bank details you can call us at 1 800 AMNESTY 1 800 266 3789 or send your new info by mail or fax to Amnesty International 312 Laurier Avenue East Ottawa ON K1N 1H9 Fax 613 746 2411 2 3 I m missing a tax receipt How do I get a new one Receipts for monthly donors are mailed annually in late January If you have lost your receipt or you never received the original please email us at members amnesty ca or call 1 800 AMNESTY 1 800 266 3789 to confirm your address and receive a new receipt by email or mail All single gifts of 10 or more are also receipted If you made a gift online and did not receive an automatic e receipt your receipt will arrive by mail within two weeks Receipts for donations made by phone or mail will be sent by mail unless otherwise requested 2 4 How can I stay informed about Amnesty s work Sign up to receive email updates You ll be kept informed of the most interesting and pressing issues in human rights and offered opportunities to take part in our life changing work Become a supporter Become a monthly or single gift donor and receive publications by mail 2x year and email monthly Supporters who wish to get more regular updates can subscribe to Activist magazine 3x year by emailing members amnesty ca Join Amnesty s online community Follow our blog follow us on Facebook or subscribe to our Twitter feeds Read WIRE our global magazine for people who are passionate about human rights Read about our campaigns and fresh research meet the human rights defenders we work with and take action 2 5 How do I find out more about internship and job opportunities at Amnesty International We will post jobs on our website when they are available here Work with Us We offer 2 paid youth internship positions every year at the National Office in Ottawa The posting will go up on the Work with Us page Any other internship positions volunteer positions and other opportunities will be posted on this page too We cannot respond to individual requests that aren t related to those posted on our website and we do not keep unsolicited CVs on file 3 For students researchers 3 1 Can you help me with my project research We try our best to help students with their questions about the organization and human rights issues Unfortunately we have limited capacity to do this You will find a lot of information in this FAQ on the About Us section of our website and the Who We Are section of our international website For more detailed information about a specific area of work you can explore our electronic library Sorry we are not able to support requests for interviews 3 2 How do I find information on specific countries or specific human rights issues We don t have all Amnesty International documentation on our Canadian website For all electronic documents dating back to 1997 and in some cases earlier please visit the international electronic library You can email us if you cannot find what you are looking for and we will see how we are able to help 3 3 Are there copyright issues with Amnesty materials Our media items reports and other documents on our website can be shared and distributed as long as full credit and source information is given This includes larger distribution in educational settings Images on our website cannot be used or distributed without permission from us Not all images are

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  • Members | Amnesty International Canada
    Trade Treaty into Force Strategic Arms Controls Working Against the Death Penalty Treatment of Prisoners Setting and Upholding Standards Freedom of Expression and Assembly in Vietnam and Cambodia Individuals at Risk Focus on Asia Pacific Human Rights Defenders in the Americas North Korea Prison Camps Pakistan Attacks on Journalists Use of Blasphemy Laws Training and Capacity Building Get Involved Take Action Now Online Actions Petition Library Urgent Action Network Latest Urgent Actions Donate Come and join us Sign Up Be a Youth Activist 2015 Human Rights College for Youth Dance for Rights Human Rights College 2015 Planning Committee Member Application Lifesaver Actions for Young Activists Student Group Registration Form Youth Leadership Oppotunitities Join a group Community Activism Volunteer Leadership Fieldworkers Join our Membership Consultation Committee MCC Volunteers Wanted Nova Scotia University Orientation Week Country and Theme Coordinators in Canada The Board of Directors Resources for Activists Activism Fund Have your say Seasonal Activism Guide Meet our Team Work Volunteer Opportunities Donate Become a Monthly Donor Sign Up Online Your Donations at Work Amnesty Canvassers Telephone Canvassing Make a One time Donation Donate Online Leave a gift in your will Why we are remembering Amnesty in our wills Bequests RRIFs and RRSPs Life Insurance Contact our Planned Giving Associate Disclaimer Gifts of Stocks and Securities Give a Gift in Memoriam Send a Special Occasion Gift Raise Money for Human Rights Tips for Raising Money Fundraising Q As Donate a car Update your monthly donor information Join Us About Us What we do Key Facts about Amnesty International How We Make A Difference Our Leaders Our Impact Governance Financial Information Work With Us FAQ Members Thank You Contact Us About Us Home About Us What we do How We Make A Difference Our Leaders Our Impact Governance Financial Information Work With Us FAQ Members Thank You Contact Us Members Want voting rights at the AGM and in online elections Become an Amnesty member Recently changed regulations for Canadian charities mean that we have a new definition for supporters and members of Amnesty International Canada The new rules mean that you must formally notify us of your choice to become a member AND have made a financial contribution of any amount at least 30 days before the AGM You will then have the right to vote in elections for board members and on AGM resolutions All members in good standing will be notified of the AGM 60 days before the meeting In order to vote at the AGM or in online elections you must be a member in good standing 30 days before the AGM Please fill out the information below to become a voting member of Amnesty International Canada indicates an obligatory field YES I wish to be identified as an Amnesty International Canada member E mail First Name Last name Phone Street City Province Postal Code YES I understand that my name and contact information may be shared with other members for governance related purposes this is required by the Canada

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  • Thank You | Amnesty International Canada
    Goals and Human Rights Death Penalty Support Abolition Death Penalty in 2013 Death Penalty in 2014 Death Penalty in Canada Health and Human Rights International Human Rights Principles Campaigns No More Stolen Sisters Kwe Standing With Our Sisters Open for Justice Stop Torture Stop Torture Act Stop Torture Learn Stop Torture Share Stop Torture Tools Priority Countries Canada Human Rights Agenda for Canada 2015 Canada Votes 2015 What you can do Questions for Candidates No Giving Up A year of challenges and determination China Colombia Colombia Indigenous Survival Make it Visible Slideshow Take Action This is what we Demand Art Project Background Resources Donate Contact Mexico Zimbabwe Russia Central African Republic The Rebellion in the Middle East and North Africa Libya Bahrain Yemen Egypt Tunisia Syria Iran Iraq Israel and Occupied Palestinian Territories Nigeria Ukraine Individuals at Risk Case Updates Huseyin Celil Raif Badawi Good News 2014 in Pictures 2015 in Pictures Projects Syrian refugees Global Campaign to Stop Torture Focus on priority countries China Illegal Detention and Torture Europe Human Rights Migration Control Bringing the Arms Trade Treaty into Force Strategic Arms Controls Working Against the Death Penalty Treatment of Prisoners Setting and Upholding Standards Freedom of Expression and Assembly in Vietnam and Cambodia Individuals at Risk Focus on Asia Pacific Human Rights Defenders in the Americas North Korea Prison Camps Pakistan Attacks on Journalists Use of Blasphemy Laws Training and Capacity Building Get Involved Take Action Now Online Actions Petition Library Urgent Action Network Latest Urgent Actions Donate Come and join us Sign Up Be a Youth Activist 2015 Human Rights College for Youth Dance for Rights Human Rights College 2015 Planning Committee Member Application Lifesaver Actions for Young Activists Student Group Registration Form Youth Leadership Oppotunitities Join a group Community Activism Volunteer Leadership Fieldworkers Join our Membership Consultation Committee MCC Volunteers Wanted Nova Scotia University Orientation Week Country and Theme Coordinators in Canada The Board of Directors Resources for Activists Activism Fund Have your say Seasonal Activism Guide Meet our Team Work Volunteer Opportunities Donate Become a Monthly Donor Sign Up Online Your Donations at Work Amnesty Canvassers Telephone Canvassing Make a One time Donation Donate Online Leave a gift in your will Why we are remembering Amnesty in our wills Bequests RRIFs and RRSPs Life Insurance Contact our Planned Giving Associate Disclaimer Gifts of Stocks and Securities Give a Gift in Memoriam Send a Special Occasion Gift Raise Money for Human Rights Tips for Raising Money Fundraising Q As Donate a car Update your monthly donor information Join Us About Us What we do Key Facts about Amnesty International How We Make A Difference Our Leaders Our Impact Governance Financial Information Work With Us FAQ Members Thank You Contact Us About Us Members Home About Us Members What we do How We Make A Difference Our Leaders Our Impact Governance Financial Information Work With Us FAQ Members Thank You Contact Us Thank You h3 Thank you for submitting your request to be identified as an Amnesty

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  • Defending Rights for All: Amnesty International’s Human Rights Agenda for a new Canadian Government | Amnesty International Canada
    International s Human Rights Agenda for a new Canadian Government News releases December 10 2015 READ REPORT The change in government following the October 2015 federal election must now become the catalyst for a new approach and strengthened commitment to improving Canada s domestic and international human rights record Amnesty International said with the release of its 2016 Human Rights Agenda for Canada Defending Rights for All today International Human Rights Day With people across the globe facing numerous grave challenges to their well being bold actions from governments to protect and promote human rights are needed Canada can and must champion those efforts said Erika Guevara Rosas Americas Director at Amnesty International As well Canada has urgent human rights issues at home that have gone unaddressed for far too long Dealing with those issues is an integral part of making Canada a strong voice for human rights on the international stage Amnesty International s Human Rights Agenda for Canada lays out recommendations with respect to eight areas of human rights challenge and opportunity for Prime Minister Trudeau and his government Human rights in Canadian foreign policy Living up to international obligations The human rights of Indigenous peoples Gender equality Human rights business and trade Protecting refugees A human rights based approach to national security Embracing dissent and free expression Canada s new government must adopt new approaches to every area of human rights concern said Alex Neve Secretary General of Amnesty International Canada s English Branch That includes universally raising human rights concerns with all countries entering into a new relationship with Indigenous Peoples by implementing the Truth and Reconciliation Commission s Calls to Action and the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples giving the Minister of International Trade a human rights mandate legislating a human rights framework to Canada s national security laws and showing leadership in confronting myths and prejudices about refugees The recommendations cut across the whole of the Canadian government beyond Ministers with evident human rights responsibilities and extending to concerns to be taken up by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change and the Minister of National Revenue Give the range of recommendations the clear message of this Agenda is that human rights must be a consistent priority for Prime Minister Trudeau and for his entire Cabinet said Béatrice Vaugrante Directrice générale of Amnistie internationale Canada francophone And looking beyond the federal government Amnesty International is urging the Prime Minister to convene the first meeting of federal provincial and territorial ministers responsible for human rights since 1988 While in opposition during the recent election campaign and more recently in Ministerial Mandate letters and last week s Speech from the Throne Prime Minister Trudeau has committed to take action with respect to a number of important human rights issues Quick and meaningful steps forward with respect to those serious concerns many of which are longstanding will restore confidence that the Canadian government has a renewed commitment to human rights The international community has

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  • 12 ways to rebuild Canada’s human-rights record in 2016 | Amnesty International Canada
    Facts about Amnesty International How We Make A Difference Our Leaders Our Impact Governance Financial Information Work With Us FAQ Members Thank You Contact Us Home 12 ways to rebuild Canada s human rights record in 2016 Monday January 4 2016 16 09 Photo Credit Sean Kilpatrick La presse canadienne Photo Once consultations are complete the inquiry into murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls should get underway Meanwhile widely supported recommendations to help address this crisis can be implemented such as increased funding for women s shelters on reserves and better police data on the Indigenous identity of murdered and missing women by Alex Neve and Béatrice Vaugrante After a dark decade for human rights in Canada Justin Trudeau has an opportunity to restore our standing Here s how he can do it There have been encouraging signs of a sorely needed new approach to human rights from Justin Trudeau s government in the last few weeks of 2015 The crucial question now is whether that change will become sustained and meaningful in 2016 Over the past decade Canada s global standing and domestic record on the human rights front has taken a big hit Over those years our reputation deteriorated long standing concerns went unaddressed and setbacks piled up The pent up expectation but also the very real opportunity for change is considerable Already there have been important steps forward The launch of consultations to set the path for a public inquiry into violence against Indigenous women and girls is long overdue The commitment to implement the calls for action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission helps lay the ground for reconciliation and a new relationship with Indigenous peoples And the determined effort to resettle 25 000 Syrian refugees in the next few months stands out as an example for other nations to follow Notably as well two disconcerting court appeals launched by the previous government have been abandoned The new government will not defend the niqab ban in citizenship ceremonies or the punitive cuts to refugee health care This momentum cannot be lost With 12 months ahead in 2016 here are 12 key human rights concerns that can and must be crossed off Justin Trudeau s to do list by this time next year Several could be wrapped up quickly Others involve long term effort The full list is of course much longer 1 Two key human rights treaties await Canada s attention Foreign Minister Stéphane Dion should travel to New York early in 2016 and let UN Secretary General Ban Ki moon know that Canada is acceding to the Arms Trade Treaty and the UN Convention against Torture s Optional Protocol for preventing torture Take action 2 The federal government needs to halt construction of the Site C Dam in northern British Columbia a project widely opposed by affected First Nations in the area It would send a strong message that the government is serious about implementing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

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  • RSS | Amnesty International Canada
    Canada Health and Human Rights International Human Rights Principles Campaigns No More Stolen Sisters Kwe Standing With Our Sisters Open for Justice Stop Torture Stop Torture Act Stop Torture Learn Stop Torture Share Stop Torture Tools Priority Countries Canada Human Rights Agenda for Canada 2015 Canada Votes 2015 What you can do Questions for Candidates No Giving Up A year of challenges and determination China Colombia Colombia Indigenous Survival Make it Visible Slideshow Take Action This is what we Demand Art Project Background Resources Donate Contact Mexico Zimbabwe Russia Central African Republic The Rebellion in the Middle East and North Africa Libya Bahrain Yemen Egypt Tunisia Syria Iran Iraq Israel and Occupied Palestinian Territories Nigeria Ukraine Individuals at Risk Case Updates Huseyin Celil Raif Badawi Good News 2014 in Pictures 2015 in Pictures Projects Syrian refugees Global Campaign to Stop Torture Focus on priority countries China Illegal Detention and Torture Europe Human Rights Migration Control Bringing the Arms Trade Treaty into Force Strategic Arms Controls Working Against the Death Penalty Treatment of Prisoners Setting and Upholding Standards Freedom of Expression and Assembly in Vietnam and Cambodia Individuals at Risk Focus on Asia Pacific Human Rights Defenders in the Americas North Korea Prison Camps Pakistan Attacks on Journalists Use of Blasphemy Laws Training and Capacity Building Get Involved Take Action Now Online Actions Petition Library Urgent Action Network Latest Urgent Actions Donate Come and join us Sign Up Be a Youth Activist 2015 Human Rights College for Youth Dance for Rights Human Rights College 2015 Planning Committee Member Application Lifesaver Actions for Young Activists Student Group Registration Form Youth Leadership Oppotunitities Join a group Community Activism Volunteer Leadership Fieldworkers Join our Membership Consultation Committee MCC Volunteers Wanted Nova Scotia University Orientation Week Country and Theme Coordinators in Canada The Board of

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  • Site map | Amnesty International Canada
    Giving Up A year of challenges and determination China Colombia Colombia Indigenous Survival Make it Visible Slideshow Take Action This is what we Demand Art Project Background Resources Donate Contact Mexico Zimbabwe Russia Central African Republic The Rebellion in the Middle East and North Africa Libya Bahrain Yemen Egypt Tunisia Syria Iran Iraq Israel and Occupied Palestinian Territories Nigeria Ukraine Individuals at Risk Case Updates Huseyin Celil Raif Badawi Good News 2014 in Pictures 2015 in Pictures Projects Syrian refugees Global Campaign to Stop Torture Focus on priority countries China Illegal Detention and Torture Europe Human Rights Migration Control Bringing the Arms Trade Treaty into Force Strategic Arms Controls Working Against the Death Penalty Treatment of Prisoners Setting and Upholding Standards Freedom of Expression and Assembly in Vietnam and Cambodia Individuals at Risk Focus on Asia Pacific Human Rights Defenders in the Americas North Korea Prison Camps Pakistan Attacks on Journalists Use of Blasphemy Laws Training and Capacity Building Get Involved Take Action Now Online Actions Petition Library Urgent Action Network Latest Urgent Actions Donate Come and join us Sign Up Be a Youth Activist 2015 Human Rights College for Youth Dance for Rights Human Rights College 2015 Planning Committee Member Application Lifesaver Actions for Young Activists Student Group Registration Form Youth Leadership Oppotunitities Join a group Community Activism Volunteer Leadership Fieldworkers Join our Membership Consultation Committee MCC Volunteers Wanted Nova Scotia University Orientation Week Country and Theme Coordinators in Canada The Board of Directors Resources for Activists Activism Fund Have your say Seasonal Activism Guide Meet our Team Work Volunteer Opportunities Donate Become a Monthly Donor Sign Up Online Your Donations at Work Amnesty Canvassers Telephone Canvassing Make a One time Donation Donate Online Leave a gift in your will Why we are remembering Amnesty in our wills Bequests RRIFs and RRSPs Life Insurance Contact our Planned Giving Associate Disclaimer Gifts of Stocks and Securities Give a Gift in Memoriam Send a Special Occasion Gift Raise Money for Human Rights Tips for Raising Money Fundraising Q As Donate a car Update your monthly donor information Join Us About Us What we do Key Facts about Amnesty International How We Make A Difference Our Leaders Our Impact Governance Financial Information Work With Us FAQ Members Thank You Contact Us Secondary links News Media Awards Amnesty Media Award Past Winners Multimedia Events Members Take Action Writeathon Amnesty International Book Club AMNESTEA Yoga Day AGM Resolutions Regional General Meetings Reel Awareness Film Festival Toronto Past Events Blog Amnesty Interviews Katia from Pussy Riot Dora Tavera Colombia Your messages are like a shield Army out of the barracks back on the streets Gaza the ceasefire begins Guatemala Test Page Investigating rocket attacks in Israel Tea and tear gas in Tahrir Square We won t be silent Research Human Rights Missions Peace Valley BC Visit Mission to South Sudan 2015 Mission to South Sudan 2014 Mission to South Sudan 2013 Mission to Chad Mission to Colombia Mission to South Sudan 2012 Return to Côte d Ivoire Mission to Mexico Store Write for Rights Actions Campaign 2014 in Pictures 1 2014 in Pictures 1 Amnesty International Book Club 2 Guatemala Don t Undermine our Rights 4 Huseyin Celil 2 Justice for the People of Bhopal 3 Members Take Action 2 No More Stolen Sisters 6 Raif Badawi 10 Resources 1 Site C Dam Human Rights at Risk 1 Site C Dam Human Rights at Risk 1 Stop Torture 7 Stop Torture in Mexico 11 Stop Torture Mexico 2 StopTorture 53 StopTorture 2 Open for Justice 15 Colombia Indigenous Survival 12 Don t Undermine our Rights 8 Arms Trade Treaty 27 Corporate Accountability 40 Demand Dignity 87 Justice for the Lubicon Cree 3 Maternal Mortality 8 Case Country Afghanistan 36 Algeria 7 Angola 17 Argentina 4 Armenia 3 Australia 11 Austria 1 Azerbaijan 22 Bahamas 1 Bahrain 39 Bangladesh 26 Belarus 8 Belgium 1 Bolivia 1 Bosnia and Herzegovina 4 Botswana 2 Brazil 21 Brunei Darussalam 1 Bulgaria 5 Burkina Faso 8 Burundi 11 Cambodia 18 Cameroon 8 Canada 307 Central African Republic 49 Chad 11 Chile 8 China 86 Colombia 47 Congo 4 Cote D Ivoire 11 Croatia 1 Cuba 13 Cyprus 2 Czech Republic 2 Democratic Republic of Congo 18 Denmark 1 Dominican Republic 7 Ecuador 3 Egypt 132 El Salvador 21 Equatorial Guinea 5 Eritrea 2 Ethiopia 12 Fiji 7 Finland 2 France 22 Gambia 15 Georgia 1 Germany 1 Greece 18 Guatemala 31 Guinea 5 Haiti 14 Honduras 3 Hong Kong 8 Hungary 12 India 53 Indonesia 26 Iran 82 Iraq 43 Ireland 18 Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories 66 Italy 12 Jamaica 2 Japan 10 Jordan 5 Kazakhstan 1 Kenya 27 Kuwait 10 Laos 1 Latvia 1 Lebanon 11 Liberia 2 Libya 31 Lithuania 2 Luxembourg 1 Macedonia 2 Malawi 1 Malaysia 24 Maldives 10 Mali 9 Malta 1 Mauritania 10 Mexico 84 Moldova 1 Mongolia 2 Morocco Western Sahara 23 Mozambique 2 Myanmar 26 Nauru 1 Nepal 7 Netherlands 4 New Zealand 2 Nicaragua 2 Nigeria 70 North Korea 12 Norway 2 Oman 3 Pakistan 39 Palestinian Authority 5 Papua New Guinea 8 Paraguay 12 Peru 4 Philippines 20 Poland 6 Puerto Rico 1 Qatar 14 Romania 3 Russian Federation 104 Rwanda 3 Saudi Arabia 88 Senegal 2 Serbia 5 Sierra Leone 8 Singapore 6 Slovak Republic 2 Somalia 6 South Africa 20 South Korea 5 South Sudan 30 Spain 7 Sri Lanka 26 Sudan 44 Swaziland 4 Sweden 1 Syria 104 Taiwan 4 Tajikistan 2 Thailand 26 Timor Leste 1 Trinidad Tobago 1 Tunisia 25 Turkey 48 Turkmenistan 4 UAE 20 Uganda 13 UK 26 Ukraine 51 Uruguay 3 USA 94 Uzbekistan 3 Venezuala 16 VIet Nam 15 Yemen 35 Zambia 6 ZImbabwe 31 Issue Invest your Values 1 The Syrian Refugee Crisis 49 Refugee Protection in Canada 1 The Syrian Refugee Crisis 3 Death Penalty in 2014 2 Death Penalty in 2014 1 Access to Justice 2 Canadians Detained Abroad 5 China 4 Death Penalty Support Abolition

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  • Help | Amnesty International Canada
    Human Rights Principles Campaigns No More Stolen Sisters Kwe Standing With Our Sisters Open for Justice Stop Torture Stop Torture Act Stop Torture Learn Stop Torture Share Stop Torture Tools Priority Countries Canada Human Rights Agenda for Canada 2015 Canada Votes 2015 What you can do Questions for Candidates No Giving Up A year of challenges and determination China Colombia Colombia Indigenous Survival Make it Visible Slideshow Take Action This is what we Demand Art Project Background Resources Donate Contact Mexico Zimbabwe Russia Central African Republic The Rebellion in the Middle East and North Africa Libya Bahrain Yemen Egypt Tunisia Syria Iran Iraq Israel and Occupied Palestinian Territories Nigeria Ukraine Individuals at Risk Case Updates Huseyin Celil Raif Badawi Good News 2014 in Pictures 2015 in Pictures Projects Syrian refugees Global Campaign to Stop Torture Focus on priority countries China Illegal Detention and Torture Europe Human Rights Migration Control Bringing the Arms Trade Treaty into Force Strategic Arms Controls Working Against the Death Penalty Treatment of Prisoners Setting and Upholding Standards Freedom of Expression and Assembly in Vietnam and Cambodia Individuals at Risk Focus on Asia Pacific Human Rights Defenders in the Americas North Korea Prison Camps Pakistan Attacks on Journalists Use of Blasphemy Laws Training and Capacity Building Get Involved Take Action Now Online Actions Petition Library Urgent Action Network Latest Urgent Actions Donate Come and join us Sign Up Be a Youth Activist 2015 Human Rights College for Youth Dance for Rights Human Rights College 2015 Planning Committee Member Application Lifesaver Actions for Young Activists Student Group Registration Form Youth Leadership Oppotunitities Join a group Community Activism Volunteer Leadership Fieldworkers Join our Membership Consultation Committee MCC Volunteers Wanted Nova Scotia University Orientation Week Country and Theme Coordinators in Canada The Board of Directors Resources for Activists Activism Fund

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