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.
Justice targets are crucial to ending the high rates of Indigenous imprisonment in Australia.
In a huge victory for human rights, an activist jailed for helping organise a student protest has been released.
Important first step to address the biggest global refugee crisis since WW2.
On Tuesday 19 April the Australian Senate passed a motion calling for the adoption of justice targets to close the gap on the incarceration rates of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Phyoe Phyoe Aung, a student activist from Myanmar jailed for helping to organise a student protest, has been released. Her freedom is a huge victory for human rights and human rights defenders.
Syrian refugee M.K., who has been arbitrarily detained at Istanbul airport since November 2015, was finally released on 29 March, 2016. He will await the decision on his international protection application in the province of Aksaray.
Albert Woodfox, the last imprisoned member of the ‘Angola Three’, has been released after more than four decades in solitary confinement.
People power is behind the success of all our work and we’d like to share with you some of the top recent successes that we’ve achieved together in our fight to stop torture globally.
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