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When people take injustice personally, it can grow into a powerful force for change | Amnesty International

The huge recent win of a new global Arms Trade Treaty shows that when people take injustice personally, it can grow into a powerful force for change.

amnesty-wire-magazineIn Amnesty’s WIRE May/June issue, read interviews with people who have been arrested just for speaking their minds, including Katia Samutsevich from Russian band Pussy Riot (page 20). Also, find out why “there are no human rights in Sri Lanka” (page 4).

And see how Vlad Sokhin’s photographs from Papua New Guinea capture a toxic mix of sorcery accusations and casual brutality against women (page 12).

For more on this story, visit: Welcome to WIRE – Amnesty’s global campaigning magazine | Amnesty’s global human rights blog.

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