Right now, all over the world, thousands of us are taking to the streets to demand that governments stop torturing their citizens and ensure that survivors get justice.
Take a look below at some of the events as they unfold globally, find out more about our Stop Torture campaign and how you can take action to support torture survivors like Yecenia, Muhammad, Dave, Wafae, Oussama and Mahmoud here!
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In Moldova, 120 people took part in a 3km run on 27 June and gathered signatures for Muhammad Bekzhanov.
Activists stand in front of the Mexican embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Activists in Conakry, Guinea marked the Stop Torture week of action by organising events including a conference, a march, a theatre performance, a poetry recital, and petition signing.
Youth activists show their support in Caracas, Venezuela.
In Thailand, Amnesty activists went to Bangkok’s business centre and asked passers-by to show their support for victims of torture
On 29 June, 50 Amnesty activists in Burkina Faso ran a relay race against torture in Koudougou
At Glastonbury music festival in the UK, activists showed their support for the Stop Torture campaign.
Activists in Algeria show their support for all survivors of torture at Algiers Monument for Martyrs.
Passers-by in Luxembourg were invited to write a letter of solidarity for Raif Badawi, the Saudi blogger who was flogged in January and faces a long sentence in prison. Each letter was added to a banner, making up a mural of his face.
In Nepal, youth activists and a policeman show their solidarity with victims of torture
Over 50 activists in Burkina Faso ran a relay race against torture. “The baton symbolizes our message against torture” says Hassan Tapsoba. “We want to say to victims of torture, here is a chain of solidarity.”
Amnesty UK Norwich Group held an hour vigil in the city centre on Saturday June 27th
Amnesty members take action in Cote D'Ivoire.
Sit-in #StopTorture AI Morocco in Rabat.
Amnesty International Icelandic section threw two public actions on the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture on the 26th and 27th June in Reykjavik.
AI Nepal activists standing in solidarity with victims of torture.
AI Morocco - Run against Torture in Tanger.
Santiago - Amnistia Internacional Chile #StopTorture #StopTortura.
AI Ghana march against torture in Accra.
AI Nepal Activist standing in solidarity with Dave Enriquez.
Activists from Amnesty Austria support victims of torture.
Run against torture event Mongolia.
Stop Torture action organised by local group of activists in the centre of Warsaw in Poland.
Action in Caracas, Venezuela
Amnesty Togo members and partners Run Against Torture.
Petition signing in Budapest, Hungary.
Solidarity photo action in Santiago, Chile.
Run Against Torture in Berne, Switzerland.
Amnesty International Sierra Leone.
AI Morocco - Run against Torture in Marrakech.
Amnesty International Ireland activists at Dublin’s Grand Canal Dock.
Students from the Urdang Academy take part in a flash mob dance action on Exmouth Market, London, on the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture, 26 June, 2015
Amnesty International Thailand’s activists went to Bangkok business area, asking people to join our ‘Stop Torture’ campaign and show their supports on the global day to support victims of torture.
AI Nepal members organized Signature collection calling concerned authorities in the Philippines to ensure justice to Dave Enriquez on 25 June in Kathmandu.
Amnesty activists show their stance against torture in Mali
Supporting the campaign in Toruń, Poland
Activists in Togo take part in activities leading up to the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture on 26 June