Right now, all around the world, human rights are under attack.

In 2017, Emelyne and her husband Germain were woken by banging on the door. Security officers arrested Germain and took him to prison.

Emelyne was just weeks away from giving birth. Three years later, Germain has never seen his son.

In 2020 people will take millions of actions calling for Germain's release, and to challenge injustice in 10 other cases, as part of Write for Rights.

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Your actions have the power to make a difference.

For much of her life, Nassima has campaigned for women's freedom in Saudi Arabia. In doing so, she's lost her own.

Nassima has been imprisoned since July 2018, just for standing up for equality and human rights.

But Nassima's family isn't giving up. Neither should we.

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Through the power of collective action challenging injustice, your letters, emails and petition signatures convince governments to free people unjustly imprisoned, stop torture and end other abuses.