In these eleven stories of Not Enough Impact, we celebrate the gains the movement has made in the last year, and the brave people that have helped make them possible.

More importantly, we take the opportunity to reflect on what is still to be done, and the people who persist in the face of injustice.

We fought to end the death penalty in many countries

But thousands of people languish on death row around the world.

We helped to convince 16 countries to better protect environmental defenders

But many still face intimidation, violence and even death because of their work 

We campaigned to pass laws protecting LGBTIQ rights

But laws aren’t always enforced and anti-LGBTIQ stigma and abuse persists

We supported more refugees than ever before through community sponsorship 

But governments continue to demonise, punish and reject asylum seekers 

We revealed the scale of abuse targeted at women online

But social media platforms are still failing to properly prevent or address it

We fought against harmful austerity measures in Spain – and won

But cuts to public services around the world continue to harm the most vulnerable

We took the UK to court to halt illegal surveillance

But governments around the world still use technology to target critics

Almost 7 million of us took action for human rights everywhere

But we need to do more to ensure that our movement includes everyone

We helped advance accountability for Myanmar’s military

But older people are still ignored amid the country’s conflicts and mass displacement

We helped to reverse the decision to pardon Peru’s former President 

But many perpetrators of state-sanctioned violence still evade justice and accountability

We helped stop Google from using its search engine to enable censorship and surveillance in China

But big tech must still accept the responsibility it has to stop censorship

We fought to end the death penalty in many countries

But thousands of people languish on death row around the world.

We helped to convince 16 countries to better protect environmental defenders

But many still face intimidation, violence and even death because of their work 

We campaigned to pass laws protecting LGBTIQ rights

But laws aren’t always enforced and anti-LGBTIQ stigma and abuse persists

We supported more refugees than ever before through community sponsorship 

But governments continue to demonise, punish and reject asylum seekers 

We revealed the scale of abuse targeted at women online

But social media platforms are still failing to properly prevent or address it

We fought against harmful austerity measures in Spain – and won

But cuts to public services around the world continue to harm the most vulnerable

We took the UK to court to halt illegal surveillance

But governments around the world still use technology to target critics

Almost 7 million of us took action for human rights everywhere

But we need to do more to ensure that our movement includes everyone

We helped advance accountability for Myanmar’s military

But older people are still ignored amid the country’s conflicts and mass displacement

We helped to reverse the decision to pardon Peru’s former President 

But many perpetrators of state-sanctioned violence still evade justice and accountability

We helped stop Google from using its search engine to enable censorship and surveillance in China

But big tech must still accept the responsibility it has to stop censorship