Applying Amnesty International values: Living guidelines for ethical and respectful communications
We operate in a global, interconnected world where a message from one country will be shared with, and interpreted by, different people with different perspectives. Our communications should be rooted in the six core, universal values written in our statute: international solidarity, effective action for the individual, mutual respect, independence and impartiality, universality and indivisibility, and global coverage.
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- Trinidad and Tobago: Open letter to Dr Keith Rowley, Prime Minister: Return of deported children gives your government a second chance
- Belarus: Children's hospice at risk, director targeted: Volha Vialichka
- Jordan: Further Information: Yemeni Teenager "Not Guilty" Over Speech Charges: Tujan al-Bukhaiti