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“No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world.”
Robin Williams [1951-2014]

Amnesty International

Ideas – In 1961, English legal advisor Dwindle Benenson was shocked when two Portuguese understudies were imprisoned only to raise a toast to opportunity.

He composed an article in The Observer Daily Paper and dispatched a crusade that incited an extraordinary reaction. Reproduced in daily papers all over the world. His suggestion to take action started the possibility that individuals all over the place could join in solidarity for equity and flexibility.

This moving minute didn’t simply bring forth a phenomenal development. It was the beginning of unprecedented social change.

“Only when the last prisoner of conscience has been freed, when the last torture chamber has been closed when the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights is a reality for the world’s people, will our work be done.”

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