Inequality of pandemic proportions: State and pharma failures not to be repeated
As the COVID-19 pandemic enters its fourth year, this report identifies four key lessons from the failure of States and pharmaceutical companies to comply with their human rights obligations and responsibilities to ensure fair access to COVID-19 vaccines globally.
Any tidal wave could drown us: stories from the climate crisis
This report showcases communities’ experiences in seven brief case studies to provide a snapshot of how climate change negatively affects the enjoyment of human rights in different contexts, particularly of those who are marginalised, neglected or oppressed.
Protect the protest! Why we must save our right to protest
Amnesty International is launching a global campaign called 'Protect the protest', which will challenge global and widespread attacks on peaceful protest, stand with peaceful protesters, and support the causes of social movements pushing for human rights. Their goal is for all people to be able...
An obstacle course: homelessness assistance and the right to housing in England
This report examines law, policy and practice concerning homelessness in England from a human rights perspective. It highlights gaps between the UK’s international human rights commitments and its approach to homelessness at the domestic level. It also provides an overview of homelessness in England and...
Death sentences and executions 2021
In 2021, the resort to the death penalty by a minority of states was on the rise, with some of the world’s most prolific executioners returning to business as usual and courts unshackled from COVID-19 restrictions.