Here's where the hard work, the research, the campaigning and the letter-writing pays off. Every year survivors of human rights abuses thank us for our work. They show that, together, we make a difference.
A woman in Aceh, Indonesia, who was gang-raped by eight men and at risk of being caned is safe for now.
The Australian Government announces it will invest directly into grassroots Afghan women's organisations.
Two-decade battle ends in victory for the Sawhoyamaxa Indigenous community after President signs law.
Entries are now open to Amnesty International Australia’s 2015 Media Awards, recognising excellence in reporting on human rights issues in the Australian media.
Moses Akatugba, a Nigerian torture victim wrongfully sentenced to death for a crime committed when he was 16 years old, has been pardoned following intensive campaigning from Amnesty International supporters across the world.
Legendary folk singer Joan Baez and world-renowned artist Ai Weiwei have been awarded the 2015 Amnesty International Ambassador of Conscience Award at an evening ceremony in Berlin which featured performances from artists around the world.
As Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste walks free from Egypt's Tora Prison, the continuing plight of his colleagues Baher Mohamed and Mohamed Fahmy must not be forgotten.
Dr Tun Aung, a Muslim community leader and medical doctor imprisoned for trying to prevent communal violence, has been released from jail in Myanmar.
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