Thanks to you, Saudi Arabian activist Loujain al-Hathloul was released from prison after nearly three years locked up in horrific conditions. She campaigned for women’s rights, including the right to drive.

We stopped a damaging push by the Northern Territory government to introduce a curfew for young people in Alice Springs. The policy would have seen more kids lost to the quicksand of the youth justice system, instead of given the support they need.

Egyptian journalist Solafa Magdy and her husband had been locked up since 2019 just for doing their jobs. 5,000 people in Australia, and countless others around the world, helped reunite their family, after years of forced separation. In April, they were released!

When the military overthrew the civilian government in Myanmar, we called on the Australian government to finally cut ties with the Myanmar military – and they listened! One month later, defence cooperation was suspended.

In May, married couple Shafqat and Shagufta were acquitted by a court in Pakistan. They were sentenced to death for sending ‘blasphemous’ texts and have spent seven agonising years in prison. More than 11,000 Australians took action to save their lives.

Thanks to you, Moz and more than 100 other refugees and people seeking asylum have been released from detention, finding safety and freedom.

Our latest death penalty report revealed that last year had the lowest number of executions around the world in a decade, and it’s thanks to compassionate people like you who’ve fought to end the death penalty.

In February, the Victorian government passed world-leading legislation to ban LGBTQIA+ conversion practices, after tens of thousands of people took action, as well as advocacy from survivors of conversion practices and the LGBTQIA+ community.

Thank you for making all of this possible. Thank you for changing lives.