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  • Mission to Colombia | Amnesty International Canada
    many Canadians are returning from Thanksgiving gatherings these Indigenous women and men will come together to share information about ongoing attacks on their human rights It is an act of incredible bravery in a country where so many Indigenous people who have spoken out have been killed or disappeared Amnesty International Canada s Secretary General Alex Neve and Colombia campaigner Kathy Price will be there too at the request of the ONIC to provide vital international observation and accompaniment Our presence signals that Amnesty International is extremely concerned about what is happening to Indigenous Peoples in Colombia says Alex Neve This is an important opportunity to deepen our understanding about what members of Indigenous communities are confronting in their daily lives particularly those whose territories are coveted for their natural resources We will also share with the congress the messages of concern and solidarity that so many Canadians have sent us in the past year adds Kathy Price who has led a variety of initiatives to press for action The signed banners messages on maple leaves and comments added to our petitions convey a deep resolve to stand in solidarity with Indigenous peoples who legitimately peacefully and with enormous courage claim their right to survival with dignity Their struggle is ours Watch this blog for updates from Colombia by Alex and Kathy Colombia It is an enormous privilege to be with you Posted by Alex Neve 10 October 2012 We have been planning and talking about this for months and early this morning at long last our Latin American Campaigner Kathy Price and I arrived at the site of the Congress of the National Indigenous Organization of Colombia ONIC here in Bogotá The national gathering held once every four years brings together thousands of Indigenous women men and children from all corners of the country This year s Congress the eighth also marks ONIC s 30th Anniversary The site for the Congress is itself quite remarkable This week is a school break in Colombia and the sprawling grounds of a college run by the Claretiano religious order empty of students for the week is where not only the plenaries workshops and meetings are being held but thousands of people are now sleeping in tents that have been pitched in virtually every courtyard and hallway and communal open air kitchens keep everyone fed We have come for several reasons One certainly is the important opportunity to convey a strong message of solidarity to Colombia s Indigenous peoples many of whom are on the brink of being wiped out and struggling for their very survival amidst an ongoing campaign of grave human rights violations We came with banners and posters and messages which we were told we would be able to share with the assembled participants sometime during the week Sometime during the week ended up being almost immediately upon our arrival this morning Before we had much time to think I was called up to the stage and as I looked out at a sea of well over one thousand people I read out the words of support respect and commitment that Kathy had eloquently crafted for me in Spanish We unfurled the banner with the stirring portrait of murdered Colombian Indigenous leader Kimy Pernía Domicó whose visits to Canada over a decade ago inspired many Canadians We shared posters of Canadians holding up Kimy s portrait and their own messages of solidarity And I told them that Canadians were aware and cared deeply about their struggle and would continue to stand with them in that struggle for as long as it takes I felt so humble sharing all of this with people whose struggle has been unrelenting for so many long years people who have suffered a great deal but who also have such remarkable resilience strength and determination to defend their rights I felt proud as well that I was able to share messages and images that were so heartfelt and that captured the essence of universal human rights we cannot stay silent in the face of others struggles The applause was warm and resounding And the comments from the many people who approached us afterwards made it clear that our presence and the messages we brought mattered a great deal I stood alongside young people who had their friends snap our photos on their cell phones I received email addresses phone numbers and written statements from Indigenous leaders who wanted to share details of the particular challenges and struggles in their communities And already I was learning learning the names of the many Indigenous nations at this Congress as it seemed each person who approached me was from a different nation among the more than one hundred that make up Colombia s vibrant and diverse Indigenous Peoples As I said in my remarks it is an enormous privilege to be here and convey the deeply felt concern and support of so many Canadians Over the coming days we will hear and learn a great deal Workshops are delving into a wide variety of pressing issues including the human rights of Indigenous peoples the situation faced by Indigenous women and girls and the always critical topic of lands and resources Amnesty International stands with Colombia s Indigenous peoples Canadians stand with Colombia s Indigneous peoples And what an enormous privilege that is A surprise reunion and other encounters in Colombia tell a compelling inspiring story about action and hope Posted by Kathy Price 15 October 2012 It has been incredibly hard to listen to the horrendous testimonies of violence and persecution shared by Indigenous women and men at the 8th national gathering of Indigenous Peoples here in Colombia s capital In my capacity as an international observer I have heard stories of immeasurable cruelty by all of the warring parties in a 45 year armed conflict whether state security forces the paramilitaries with whom they often collude or insurgent combatants Sitting in huge tents erected to protect participants from

    Original URL path: http://www.amnesty.ca/research/human-rights-missions/mission-to-colombia (2016-02-13)
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  • 2014 in Pictures | Amnesty International Canada
    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 Home 2014 in Pictures Ukraine Communist Party ban decisive blow for freedom of speech in the country December 17 2015 Yesterday s banning of the Communist Party in Ukraine is a flagrant violation of freedom of expression and association and should be immediately overturned said Amnesty International The District Administrative Court of Kyiv upheld the request of the Ukrainian Minister of Justice to ban the Communist Party It will no longer be able to officially operate or participate in local elections The banning of the Communist Party in Ukraine sets a very dangerous

    Original URL path: http://www.amnesty.ca/category/campaign/2014-in-pictures (2016-02-13)
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  • 2014 in Pictures | Amnesty International Canada
    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 Home 2014 in Pictures Refugee Crisis Balkans border blocks leave thousands discriminated against and stranded in Greece November 20 2015 New border control rules implemented almost simultaneously by the governments of Macedonia Serbia and Croatia over the past 48 hours have resulted in large scale renewed human rights violations including collective expulsions and discrimination against individuals perceived to be economic migrants or refugees on the basis of their nationality Amnesty International said today The organization has monitored how the new measures in place along this route since 18 November have denied many

    Original URL path: http://www.amnesty.ca/category/campaign/2014-pictures (2016-02-13)
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  • Amnesty International Book Club | Amnesty International Canada
    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 Home Amnesty International Book Club Webcast with Thomas King author of The Inconvenient Indian Join us for this conversation between Thomas King and Craig Benjamin If you are not on the Amnesty Book Club Newsletter you are encouraged to sign up and not miss the event Sign up for the newsletter at AmnestyBookClub ca The event will revolve around Mr King s 2015 Amnesty Book Club Reader s Choice Selection The Inconvenient Indian All are welcome and you do not need to have read the book to enjoy the conversation If you have questions for Mr King the Book Club or about this event in general please send an email to bookclub amnesty ca Don t miss The Inconvenient Indian discussion guide for more insights into the book and Amnesty s work with Indigenous Peoples Read More Secret Daughter Exposes Gender Discrimination

    Original URL path: http://www.amnesty.ca/category/campaign/amnesty-international-book-club (2016-02-13)
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  • Guatemala: Don't Undermine our Rights | Amnesty International Canada
    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 Home Guatemala Don t Undermine our Rights Canadian Mining in Guatemala Human Rights at Risk September 29 2014 by Tara Scurr Business Human Rights Campaigner Amnesty International Canada from Guatemala City It s been hard because it s not easy to bear being spat at in the face being pushed and shoved the tear gas the tussles with the police and we women having to throw ourselves on the ground That is tough It s tough and it s not easy to bear it but we do it because we believe in our struggle and in asserting our rights Yolanda Oquelí Yolanda Oquelí a leader from San Jose del Golfo in Guatemala shared those words with me last year describing her community s ongoing struggle to compel the Guatemalan government to respect their rights in the context of a Canadian initiated mining project Read More Canadian Mining in Guatemala Human Rights at Risk Opinion Editorial published in Embassy Magazine 24 September 2014 September 25 2014 It s been hard because it s not easy to bear being spat at in the face being pushed and shoved the tear gas the tussles with the police and we women having to throw ourselves on the ground That is tough It s tough and it s not easy to bear it but we do it because we believe in our struggle and in asserting our rights Yolanda Oqueli a leader from San Jose del Golfo in Guatemala shared those words with me last year describing her community s ongoing struggle to compel the Guatemalan government to respect their rights in the context of a Canadian initiated mining project Canada has a large stake in Guatemala s mining

    Original URL path: http://www.amnesty.ca/category/campaign/guatemala-dont-undermine-our-rights (2016-02-13)
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  • Huseyin Celil | Amnesty International Canada
    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 Home Huseyin Celil Greece Humanitarian crisis mounts as refugee support system pushed to breaking point Leaders at EU Summit must do more to resolve global refugee crisis June 24 2015 Released 00 01 BST 25 June 2015 A sharp increase in refugees arriving on Greece s Aegean islands is pushing an already faltering reception system to breaking point and is symptomatic of a failure by Europe s leaders to adequately address the refugee crisis warned Amnesty International ahead of the EU Summit which starts today A recent fact finding mission to the islands and follow up research reveals that new arrivals including children face appalling reception conditions Poor planning ineffective use of EU funds and a hiring freeze crisis has left Greek authorities incapable of meeting the

    Original URL path: http://www.amnesty.ca/category/campaign/huseyin-celil (2016-02-13)
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  • Justice for the People of Bhopal | Amnesty International Canada
    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 Home Justice for the People of Bhopal Bhopal 30 years on Playing with powder December 03 2014 A man stands by the water s edge proffering a small sad looking fish A mud stained canvas bag full of them hangs from his left shoulder He tells me he has caught the fish fresh from the pond behind him and it costs just 10 Indian rupees We re standing in stifling heat on the site of one of the world s worst industrial disasters On the night of 2 December 1984 80 000 pounds 36 300kg of toxic gas leaked from Union Carbide s pesticide factory in Bhopal poisoning more than half a million people It s estimated that up to 10 000 died in the first three days as chemicals tore through their internal organs Many choked to death on their own fluids while thousands more have been suffering a slow and painful death since The man is fishing from one of Union Carbide s abandoned evaporation ponds used between 1970 and 1984 to remove water from hazardous waste After the disaster the plant was abandoned and never cleaned up The hazardous chemical waste remains The fish this man will take home to feed his family have been swimming eating and breeding in it Read More Profile Bhopal Gas Leak Survivor and Activist Shahzadi Bi November 26 2014 When we meet Shahzadi Bi in September she is busy chaining

    Original URL path: http://www.amnesty.ca/category/campaign/justice-for-the-people-of-bhopal (2016-02-13)
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  • Members Take Action | Amnesty International Canada
    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 Home Members Take Action Human Rights Through a Unique Lens REEL AWARENESS Human Rights Film Festival s 10th Anniversary November 19 2015 Contributions from AI Toronto Film Team members Kathryn Birkett Sareema Husein Nazila Mofrad Cindy Ou Violet Rusu What does the current state of free expression and human rights look like through the lens of a Canadian journalist a film maker and an actress and Indigenous activist Three industry professionals weighed in on the discussion at Toronto s Paintbox Bistro on Thursday November 12th to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Amnesty International s Reel Awareness Human Rights Film Festival Read More Raif Badawi Unfaltering Hope and Determination for Freedom November 06

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