Urgent: Human Rights Under Threat In India
Activists are being harassed, independent media houses have been raided, and organisations like Amnesty India and Greenpeace India are being targeted by Indian authorities for the work they are doing.
URGENT ACTION: NGOS IN INDIA AT RISK OF SHUT DOWN
Amnesty India and Greenpeace India have been targeted by the Government of India in a series of ‘raids’, which appear to be politically motivated.
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Across the country, people from different backgrounds and cultures are taking enormous risks to stand up for our rights. These are the women, men, LGBTI people, groups and communities who work – tirelessly – for me and you.
Harassed For Standing Up To Big Business
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Amnesty India’s journey in the past six years
We are now six years old! Your support, encouragement, investment and hard work towards upholding human rights in our country has brought us here.
Justice in Thoothukudi – The Wait Continues.
On 22 May - the 100th day of the anti-Sterlite protest in Thoothukudi – police used excessive force on thousands of largely peaceful protestors. Many lives were lost and hundreds were injured.
Creating safe spaces for women in Mumbai, one station at a time
Since 2016, Amnesty International India has interacted with over 75,000 commuters across ten Mumbai railways stations to promote women's safety and rights.
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Submission toward the Consultation Paper on Sedition (2018) of the Law Commission of India, Government of India
With reference to the Law Commission of India’s solicitation of suggestions from society on its Consultation Paper on “Sedition”, 30 August 2018, Amnesty International India makes the following submission toward Section 8.4(i-x) therein.
Video: Kamla Bhasin: Child Sexual Abuse
Laws alone will never be enough to curb child sexual abuse. We, as a community, as parents, as caretakers, as institutions and most importantly, as teachers, should take the responsibility to ensure that children in our care, are safe and secure.
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