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Donate today to help build a world in which human rights are undeniable, regardless of gender, race, identity or beliefs.

Imagine being persecuted because of your opinion, your gender or your beliefs.

Imagine having to flee your homeland because of years of discrimination and violence against your family.

Your support puts our teams on the ground in crisis zones, allows us to alert the public about human rights abuses, pressure governments and hold those responsible to account.

Together we can help end the suffering.

We believe when rights are denied we cannot stay silent.

We can be there for vulnerable people around the world whose lives have been torn apart by conflict.

We must be there to protect them and hold authorities accountable for their safety.

It is up to us to make the world a safer and fairer place. If not for ourselves, then for future generations.

At Amnesty International, we believe that borders shouldn’t dictate human rights, and we know that you don’t either. Everyone, everywhere is entitled to justice, safety and equality.

We are 100% funded by you.

Amnesty doesn’t accept funding from governments or political organisations for our campaigning and advocacy work. This financial independence means we’re free to campaign with objectivity and impartiality and to defend human rights worldwide.

Your support puts our teams on the ground in crisis zones, allows us to alert the public about human rights abuses, pressure governments and hold those responsible to account.

All donations of $2 and over are tax deductible in Australia.

 

 

  What your money acheives
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