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In 2019 we were once again humbled by the courage and fortitude of prisoners of conscience – ordinary people and families exercising extraordinary acts of conscience to uphold their and others human rights. Our thanks go once again to our donors for their generous and committed support.
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Two years ago to the day, the Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was assassinated in a car bombing near her home. Known for her investigative reporting that exposed official corruption in Malta and beyond, she was the country’s most prominent journalist. Despite the high-profile nature of the case and the Read more…
On 14th September 2019, as the world watched, Zimbabwe’s former president, Robert Mugabe, was remembered during a state funeral. The stadium in which the funeral was held has a capacity of 60,000; attendance, however, was limited. The BBC reported many Zimbabweans stating they would ‘shun’ the funeral in response to Read more…