Amnesty International

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Later in that year, a member of one of these groups, Diana Redhouse, designed Amnesty's Candle and Barbed-Wire logo. In 1977 Amnesty won the Nobel Peace Prize for its work defending human rights around the world.During the 1980s, Amnesty increased its visibility via popular culture events including The Secret Policeman's Balls series...
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Amnesty International was founded in 1961 by a British lawyer named Peter Benenson and a Quaker named Eric Baker.By mid-1962, Amnesty had groups working or forming in West Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Ireland, Canada, Ceylon, Greece, Australia, the United States, New Zealand (Amnesty International Aotearoa New Zealand), Ghana, Israel, Mexico, Argentina, Jamaica, Malaya, Congo (Brazzaville), Ethiopia, Nigeria, Burma, and India...
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