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Stop the imminent executions in Indonesia

Indonesian officials are preparing for a new round of executions to be carried out very soon. Three death row prisoners have been moved to the same prison island where 13 prisoners were executed last year. Act now to stop history from repeating itself.

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Stop the torture of kids in youth detention

The brutal treatment of kids at Don Dale youth detention centre isn’t isolated. Demand that the Prime Minister ensures that child abuse and torture is stopped in all youth detention centres.

Indigenous Peoples' rights, Email

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The first execution in 60 years – help stop this

The Maldives are preparing to resume executions, and Hussain Humaam Ahmed will be the first death row inmate to be killed in over 60 years.

There are serious concerns about the fairness of the murder trial, and without your help Humaam could be hung within 30 days. Call on the authorities in the Maldives to halt the execution before it’s too late.

Crisis, Email, Letter

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Australia: #10things the new government must do now

You had your say at the polls, now it’s time to put our new leaders to work by urging them to champion human rights.

Join our call on the Prime Minister to demand critical action on these #10things in the next 100 days.

Asia Pacific, Petition

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Activists facing prison for reporting torture

Three activists in Thailand, including two from Amnesty International, are facing five years in prison and hefty fines for reporting torture by officials in the Thai army and police.

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Khalis Ismath and N Surendran. © Amnesty International

Freedom of expression under attack in Malaysia

Malaysian authorities are targeting journalists, bloggers, lawyers and anyone that exercises their freedom of expression, under notorious laws aimed at silencing dissent.

Join our call on authorities to drop all charges under these repressive laws, and to strike them from the law books for good.

Crisis, Email

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Blogger facing prison for facebook post

Malaysian blogger, Vivian Lee, was sentenced to prison after posting a ‘mock greeting’ featuring a pork dish to all Muslims during the month of Ramadan on facebook.

Act now by emailing the Prime Minister and Attorney General of Malaysia, calling on them to quash Vivian’s conviction now.

Individuals at Risk, Email

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Land rights activist murdered and two more at risk

Sikhosiphi Rhadebe, a land rights activist who led an anti-mining movement in South Africa has been shot dead. Two other activists are now in imminent danger.

Individuals at Risk, Petition, Letter

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Maria Teresa Rivera. © Jorge Menjívar/Agrupación Ciudadana for Amnesty International

Her freedom is at risk again – miscarriage is not a crime

In 2011 a Salvadoran court sentenced Maria Teresa Rivera to 40 years in prison after suffering a miscarriage. Following massive global support for her cause, she was released on 20 May 2016, however the Attorney General has announced that he’ll fight to put Maria Teresa behind bars again. Join our call for Maria Teresa’s freedom.

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Help Narges return to her children

Imprisoned human rights defender Narges Mohammadi is serving a 16-year sentence for her peaceful human rights work. She is critically ill. Act now to urge the Iranian authorities to quash her sentence and to release Narges immediately.

Individuals at Risk, Email

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