Write for Rights 2014

The pen is mightier than the sword. Join hundreds of thousands of people around the world using their pens to protect human rights!

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Latest campaign updates

  • UPDATE: Al Jazeera Three

    The messaging of the Al Jazeera Three's case is being updated following the announcement their appeal date.
  • What is Write for Rights?

    Write for Rights is Amnesty International’s global letter-writing moment, when the world joins together to help people experiencing human rights abuses.
  • Last year we were powerful

    Together our letters changed three lives forever. Let's do it again this year!
  • What’s AmnesTEA?

    Find all the answers about the difference between Write for Rights and AmnesTEA here.

Latest campaign resources

  • Write for Rights: basic resources

    Posters, flyers, toolkits and template press releases. Find all the basics Write for Rights resources here!
  • Venezuela: Daniel Quintero

    Daniel is a 21-year-old student who was arrested on the way home from an anti-government demonstration and viciously beaten by members of the military.
  • Uzbekistan: Erkin Musaev

    A United Nations employee and former government worker falsely accused of spying. Erkin was tortured then sentenced to 20 years imprisonment after a series of unfair trials.
  • Saudi Arabia: Raif Badawi

    Sentenced to 10 years imprisonment and 1,000 lashes after founding an online forum for political and social debate.
  • Philippines: Jerryme Corre

    A bus driver, tortured by police in what could be a case of mistaken identity. Two years later, he remains in jail.
  • China: Liu Ping

    A human rights campaigner, sentenced to six-and-a-half years in prison after calling on the Chinese Government to step up its fight against corruption.
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