Human Rights in China VI

Human Rights in China VI

When confronted with pressing issues of humanitarian nature, where thousands of lives are at stake everyday – we have to make a decision: either to stand up and make your voice heard or to watch from the sidelines. The choice to the LSESU Amnesty International Society is obvious, and hopefully for you too. Yet when people’s voices are suppressed, we have no excuse to simply sit back and watch the rights and dignity of innocent citizens to be stripped away.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe says,”there is nothing more frightening than active ignorance.” So, join us in our campaign to combat censorship!

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