Romy Fernandez
Write for Rights is Amnesty International’s annual global letter writing marathon for people whose basic human rights are under attack. It was celebrated on December 10, when Human Rights day is celebrated across the world. Every December, Amnesty supporters across the globe will write millions of letters for those whose basic human rights are being attacked. It’s not just letters, it could be petitions, emails, Tweets, Facebook posts, photos, postcards. Every year, Amnesty ask supporters to write two letters. One is to the person in authority, it could be a king, president or head of police who can help make change happen. And the other letter is to the person (or group of people) we are fighting for.
Live stream with Edward Snowden, an American computer professional, former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) employee, and former contractor for the United States government.