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We are Amnesty International Toronto Organization (AITO)

We support Amnesty International groups, entities, networks, and members in the Greater Toronto Area.

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    ONLINE EVENT: “NO MORE STOLEN SISTERS” – Panel Discussion hosted by the AI Toronto Action Network for Women’s Human Rights (ANWHR)

    October 20 2020, 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
  2. ONLINE MONTHLY MEETING: AI Toronto Business&Human Rights/Indigenous Rights Team

    October 26 2020, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
  3. A black background with white and yellow text that reads "Save the date, November 7-21, 2020. Sparking Connections, Strengthening Grassroots Community for Human Rights. A virtual human rights conference, by the grassroots for the grassroots. Registration open!". There is a small white Amnesty candle logo in the bottom right corner. The left of the image features a banner with a pattern of layered chevrons in orange, yellow, and red, made to look like many small flames.

    Sparking Connections, Strengthening Grassroots Community for Human Rights

    November 7 2020, 8:00 am - November 21 2020, 5:00 pm

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People who speak up to defend air, water, land and forests are seeking to protect the rights and well being of their communities. They play a crucial role for the environment and all who depend on it.  

Yet earth defenders are being “rewarded” with a terrifying increase in threats, attacks and killings. Indigenous peoples and racial minorities face the greatest danger. Women earth defenders face gender specific aggression, including sexual violence and threats against their children. 

Research shows Latin America is the most dangerous region in the world to defend land, Indigenous rights and the environment.  Amnesty International Canada is inviting support for a campaign to defend environmental human rights defenders and the communities they represent.