Torture, State Violence and Political Prisoners: Exploring the Global Human Rights Movement through the Amnesty International Archives

Tuesday, December 12 | 2pm ET

Examine an array of materials providing invaluable insights into key political events, global social change, human rights violations, and advocacy campaigns in AM’s Amnesty International Archives: A Global Movement for Human Rights collection. We’ll be joined by Dr Nada Ali, Umass Boston, and Fiona Bolt, Amnesty International, to discuss the challenges of working with material of this nature, the opportunities created by its digitisation, and the power of integrating testimonies and personal accounts into teaching and research.

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