Amnesty International's Global Campaign for Human Dignity
Amnesty International is launching a global campaign on poverty and human rights in 2008. Poverty is not just a lack of income; it is the denial of access to the resources, capability, security and power that people need in order to realize their human right to live with dignity. The campaign will have three key demands: accountability; access to rights for all; respect for people's agency - their right to control their lives.
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- South Sudan: Open Letter from Secretary-General Salil Shetty to President Salva Kiir on prolonged detentions, enforced disappearances, and reported deaths while in government custody
- USA: Fair trial concern revisted as execution looms: Stacey Johnson
- USA: Bipolar disorder not raised at trial, execution set: Jack Jones