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Human rights stories: tales of human rights defenders for primary schools by Amnesty International
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Doing politics by Anthony Wright
Building a Better World Cup: Protecting Migrant Workers in Qutar ahead of Fifa 2022 by Human Rights Watch
Aung Suu Kyi and Burma's struggle for democracy by Bertil Lintner
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About meAmnesty International is a movement of ordinary people from across the world standing up for humanity and human rights. Our purpose is to protect individuals wherever justice, fairness, truth and freedom are denied.
About my libraryThe Resource Centre was Amnesty UK's specialist library, open to all visitors to the Human Rights Action Centre from 2005 to 2012. The library was a place to: find out more about Amnesty’s work and campaigns; access the latest Amnesty reports and publications; research specific issues and countries; pick up leaflets and materials for local groups or events; be inspired by ideas and techniques in our campaigning archive; study different human rights perspectives in our book and journal collections. The library was a space to learn about Amnesty International's current work, historic milestones, and about human rights in general.
Real nameAmnesty International UK Resource Centre
LocationNew Inn Yard, London
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Member sinceJun 16, 2009
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