#IWillGoOut – an opportunity to raise our voices against the reported incidents of sexual assault and an attempt to reclaim the streets of Bengaluru to show that we have the right to be safe on the streets of the city that we call home.
It is an event open to all the residents of Bengaluru.
21st Jan, 2017. Join the movement #IWillGoOut. Reclaim the streets of Bengaluru. For details email:... View details ⇨
That which unites us is always greater than that which divides us. Yet, around the world, the forces of division seem to be gathering momentum. - Salil Shetty, Amnesty International’s Secretary General.
Students from across Delhi and Punjab talk about issues that matter. Come, listen to their opinions on the 31st of January at the India International Centre. For more details, contact email@example.com
Amnesty International India is organising a Youth Conference for young people to raise their voices on the injustices of the 1984 Sikh massacre. Come join us on the 31st of January at the India International Centre.
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Findings by India’s National Human Rights Commission that at least 16 Adivasi women were raped and assaulted by state police personnel must lead to an independent investigation into the cases, Amnesty International India said today.
On 7 January, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) stated that it had investigated three cases of alleged sexual violence by security forces against... View details ⇨
It has been 10 days since women were sexually assaulted on the streets of Bengaluru on 31 December. Come protest with us and other groups against sexual violence today. Join us at Cauvery Emporium at the crossroads of M.G. Road and Brigade Road at 5 pm
We've got a few days left Demand President Obama to #PardonSnowden before leaving office.Raise your voice! @Snowden @POTUS. @amnesty_sjc St.Joseph's College of Arts and Science,Bangalore Sign the petition : [ Amnestyusa.org Link ]
Members of a Dalit and working class cultural troupe Kabir Kala Manch were granted bail by the Supreme Court after nearly 4 years in custody. The Court observed that period of custody cannot be prolonged indefinitely in a democracy
The sexual assault incidents on New Year's eve in Bengaluru have caused major outrage and brought back to focus the culture of silence around reporting sexual violence. Gopika Bashi, our campaigner for Women's Rights, writes about the concrete steps the Karnataka authorities must take to ensure that women can report sexual violence safely, with dignity and without facing prejudice, in this... View details ⇨