Human Rights in China IV

Human Rights in China IV

Four days remaining! ‪#‎ChinaCampaignWeek‬

The backbone of Amnesty International lies on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, whereby Article 19 recognises the right to freedom of speech, thought and conscience. We should all strive to communicate our opinions, beliefs and ideas openly, without fearing any form of political suppression. Therefore, pervasive government censorship is an abhorrent interference and violation of the most fundamental freedoms that everyone equally deserves.

In light of today’s highly successful Human Rights and Security talk, make sure to come to next week’s panel discussion on China’s human rights record – get your voice heard!


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