What they're doing:
There are many campaigns put on by amnesty international activists and members. There's campaigns for economic and social needs, rebellion in the Middle East and North Africa, Arms Trade Treaty, and individuals at risk. Some rights that amnesty fights for are safe and adequate housing, mobilized globally to stop governments from evicting people without notice and no provided shelter. They are fighting for governments to recognize water as a human right as well as the right to work, the right to form and join trade unions, social protection, the right to education, and health. They have been campaigning for a global treaty for strict rules on the international arms trade.
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What you can do:
There's many things you can do to help Amnesty International whether you're young or old. You can be completely involved or just help out a little bit. Everything counts. You can write for justice or sign petitions, you can speak out for survival and send messages to Canadian officials to help make a difference. When enough people say something about a notional, or international concern the government will be more likely to do something about it. You can become a volunteer and help the cause, or you could even just donate some money. Get your community interested, or even just your friends and family. Support the events put on by amnesty international to help them raise money and awareness.
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Some priories of amnesty international include human rights of many different people such as indigenous people, refugees and migrants, and women. Some other concerns are international justice, abolishing the death penalty, as well as security and business concerning human rights. They are also pressuring governments and corporations to keep the internet censorship free.