Voices for freedom
This book speaks for freedom. It tells the stories of prisoners of conscience and people facing torture or death at the hands of the state. It tells also of the countless men and women who have spoken out in their defence. Spanning two and a half decades of contemporary history and sketching a remarkable portrait of human rights in dozens of countries, ‘Voices for Freedom’ reflects the work of Amnesty International and the lives of the people it has sought to protect. This anthology is dedicated to those who have struggled and suffered for freedom.
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- Nigeria: Endangered voices: Attack on freedom of expression in Nigeria
- “GREECE MUST IMMEDIATELY ENSURE THAT ASYLUM-SEEKERS, UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN AND CHILDREN OF IRREGULAR MIGRANTS HAVE FREE ACCESS TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH SYSTEM”
- Philippines: Probe of police chief should extend to other human rights abuses in the “war on drugs”