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DID YOU SEE US ON TV? 

Shockingly, Maria Teresa's nightmare is all too common. Men, women and even children who have committed no crime are thrown into jail.

They're left to rot, or worse. 

Imagine the person you love the most, torn from your arms. Imagine having no idea if you'll ever be with them again.

YOUR MONTHLY GIFT WILL SHINE A LIGHT INTO THE DARKNESS

As you saw on TV, your support will help real people, their families and communities. Your generosity makes it possible to shine a light on the very things that governments don’t want us to know about and expose the injustices of these wrongful imprisonments.

Start giving today to help secure someone's freedom and change their life forever. You can help so that more families are reunited. 

PLEASE DONATE TODAY AND HELP RIGHT A WRONG

A simple monthly gift makes it possible to investigate these cases, collect vital evidence, and expose failures in the legal system. Will you act today to support people around the world who are denied their freedom and dignity?

We know it works because the ongoing commitment from our supporters helped Maria Teresa get the justice she deserved. After nearly 5 years, Maria Teresa was released and reunited with her son.

UPDATE: Guligeina released! Missing since 2017, Guligeina was imprisoned in a Chinese reeducation camp. She is now free and has made contact with her family. Thank you to our incredible supporters for reuniting another family. 

But Yasaman and so many others are still trapped. They are being robbed of their freedom and their futures. And they are not alone - hundreds of people that we work with every year need your help urgently.  

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Amnesty International activists