Amnesty International

Title

Amnesty International

Description

Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1988 (US) to mark its 40th anniversary

Amnesty International is a world-embracing movement working for the protection of human rights. It is independent of all governments and is neutral in its relation to political groups, ideologies and religious dividing lines. The movement works for the release of women and men who have been arrested for their convictions, the colour of their skin, their ethnic origin or their faith - provided that they have not themselves used force or exhorted others to resort to violence.

Creator

First photo: Goodby, Silverstein, and Berlin. Second photo: Woody Pirtle

Date

First photo: 1987. Second photo: 1988

Source

https://i.pinimg.com/originals/bd/bc/53/bdbc53cbc16385b66046a996c222abe3.jpg,
https://www.pinterest.com/pin/551409548111077841/

Relation

Poster was created when the rate of executions in the USA was accelerating. For Further Exploration Please Visit http://www.amnesty.org/

Link: The Guardian

Rights

Source: International, A. (n.d.). History of Organization. Nobelprize.org. Retrieved October 12, 2012, from http://bit.ly/WbVZXk.

Publisher

Amnesty International

Contributor

Amnesty International

Format

Medium: Poster.

Language

English

Type

Organization

Identifier

Amnesty International, Human Rights, Nonprofits, UDHR, Amnesty, Prisoner Release, Nondiscrimination, Anti-Racism

Coverage

International

Files

amnesty1.jpg
Amnesty-International-cel-002.jpg

Reference

First photo: Goodby, Silverstein, and Berlin. Second photo: Woody Pirtle, Amnesty International, Amnesty International, First photo: 1987. Second photo: 1988

Cite As

First photo: Goodby, Silverstein, and Berlin. Second photo: Woody Pirtle, “Amnesty International,” Virtual Museum of Public Service, accessed June 25, 2022, https://vmps.omeka.net/items/show/365.