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    Amnesty International at 50




    Amnesty International at 50


    We’re 50!

    Fifty years ago one man’s outrage at the imprisonment of two students for raising a toast to freedom inspired a global movement.

    Together, we have successfully campaigned for the release of thousands of people, imprisoned just for voicing their opinions.

    Together, we have given hope to tens of thousands of women and men facing intimidation, violence, or even death.

    Together, we have made a difference to countless lives.

    There will be many opportunities to get involved and take action during our anniversary year.

    But first help us kick-off celebrations by joining in another toast to freedom, 50 years on.

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    Amnesty International celebrates it's 50th anniversary this year, and there's plenty to do. Here's a look at our most historic moments, and our biggest struggles. Help make a difference with 3 million other supporters, and see what you can do at We

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    Wai Hnin Pwint Thon of Burma lights a candle during an event to mark 50 years since Amnesty International was formed.
    Photograph: Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty Images

    Amnesty International marks 50 years of fighting for free speech | World news | The Observer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mid View Post

    Wai Hnin Pwint Thon of Burma lights a candle during an event to mark 50 years since Amnesty International was formed.
    Photograph: Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty Images

    Amnesty International marks 50 years of fighting for free speech | World news | The Observer
    Light candles for death of Amnesty Int as they now have an absolutely horrible recorded for fighting for free speech. Their life in Bangkok is far more important then free speech for Thai's.

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