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Incredibly generous Amnesty International supporters have offered to match your donation, dollar for dollar, when you donate before midnight on Tuesday the 24th of December. 

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Every day, human rights are being violated. People are tortured because they openly share their opinions. They are beaten because they protest. They are sentenced to death without a fair trial. They disappear because of their beliefs.

Every day Amnesty International works to protect those in danger. We stop torture, we get people released, we change inhuman policies and we hold governments and corporations to account.

This is what we are doing right now in more than 150 countries around the world. Protecting individuals who are in danger because they stand up for what is right.

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