UK: Premier League Must Consider Saudi Human Rights Situation In Newcastle United Deal
Amnesty is asking Mr Masters to fully consider the human rights situation in Saudi Arabia as part of the Premier League’s owners and directors test.
Amnesty International has written to the Chief Executive of the football Premier League, Richard Masters, raising concerns about the purchase of Newcastle United football club by a consortium of buyers including Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund.
Five Concerts With A Cause We Love
When the world seems very bleak, music can light a path to hope. Few places are better suited to generate hope than at a concert with a cause.
Since the early 70s, benefit concerts have been bringing art and activism together, uniting people for worthy causes - channeling the power of solidarity for a better tomorrow. Here are five concerts with a cause that we love and that demonstrate that together, we are powerful.
Myanmar: Rohingya trapped in dehumanising apartheid regime
The Rohingya people in Myanmar are trapped in a vicious system of state-sponsored, institutionalised discrimination that amounts to apartheid.
Modi visit: Cameron should raise concerns over crackdown on critics in India
On the first day of a three-day visit to London from Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Amnesty International has said Prime Minister David Cameron needs to do more than unfurl the red carpet for yet another world leader.
What Can Europe Do To Welcome Refugees?
Now is the time to put pressure on Europe’s leaders to give refugees the welcome and support they’re entitled to. Here’s what Amnesty is asking for, and how you can help.
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