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ALERT: The World Movement is greatly concerned to learn about the arbitrary arrest of and travel ban imposed on Pakistani activist Gulalai Ismail, active WMD participant and founder of @awaregirls. Read more: https://t.co/8zqfQiRdtZ pic.twitter.com/V1XPiIuugC— World Movement (@MoveDemocracy) October 12, 2018
ALERT: We are alarmed that #Egypt activist & long-time World Movement participant Esraa Abdelfattah has been summoned for questioning TOMORROW in relation to Case 173. Join the call to #CloseCase173 by sharing and learn more here: https://t.co/IFOxC7CEBf pic.twitter.com/lONezydUcL— World Movement (@MoveDemocracy) October 8, 2018
ALERT➞We strongly condemn the attack on #Nicaragua civil society leader Félix Maradiaga @maradiaga and implore authorities to implement recommendations of the IACHR and to resume dialogue towards the full restoration of the rule of law: https://t.co/6m0NhXWkGl #SOSNicaragua pic.twitter.com/4B2lF6Gi5C— World Movement (@MoveDemocracy) July 13, 2018
ALERT: An est. 200 killed since protests began on April 18 in #Nicaragua. We strongly condemn all acts of violence and intimidation against peaceful protesters that have been carried out by police and government-backed paramilitaries. Learn more and share: https://t.co/Sczft9JBFl pic.twitter.com/fMufubf9Zp— World Movement (@MoveDemocracy) June 22, 2018
DemocracyALERT: #Egypt intensifies crackdown on #press and civil society with the sentencing of journalist Ismail Alexandrani to 10 years by a military court. Join us in demanding the government of Egypt #SetThemFree! Read more here: https://t.co/rVrnjefirq pic.twitter.com/zyaiNcc7yX— World Movement (@MoveDemocracy) June 6, 2018
ALERT: Over two days, antiriot police and pro-government supporters have attacked peaceful protesters in #Nicaragua, resulting in three deaths. We strongly condemn all acts of violence and intimidation by the government against peaceful protesters. More: https://t.co/zioUPIFmba pic.twitter.com/u4S78qQzTY— World Movement (@MoveDemocracy) April 20, 2018
Today, we joined over 40 civil society orgs (https://t.co/aP81vfgMe6) in expressing deep concern over recent arrests of journalists, including @zone9ners Befeqadu @befeqe and Mahlet @faantish2 under #Ethiopia State of Emergency law. Learn how you can help: https://t.co/eAnPS3Rwte pic.twitter.com/ZFdTCKTowt— World Movement (@MoveDemocracy) March 29, 2018
ALERT: World Movement is disturbed to learn of a recent wave of acts of intimidation against #Titiev, and @rudomakha, and urges for the charges against Titiev to be dismissed and the crimes against Rudomakha and Memorial to be investigated. Read more: https://t.co/229TtvFrox pic.twitter.com/qzKHRBjigl— World Movement (@MoveDemocracy) January 19, 2018
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#StandwithHongKong #FreeTibet #ClosetheCamps https://t.co/QDtc8krzqy
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The Hurford Youth Fellowship allows pro-democracy youth activists to meet other civil society organizers & scholars in the DC area, conduct research, and lead discussions on youth issues. Apply today! https://t.co/cHLEUGbP07
Tear Gas City:
The police fired TG once again in the city center of Hong Kong, without any forms of disorder from the people. This is the future of Hong Kong under National Security Law: No freedom of assembly and speech.
Source: CUHK student press
Samuel Kofi Woods, II comments on his entry into government for the #CrossoverInitiative. “It must be a desire to serve a national good and you must consult with allies who will help you along the way.” Watch the full video here: https://t.co/FxQRNNM6FL
Kazik Staszewski’s song, Your Pain is Better than Mine, rose to the top of a listener-voted chart. Then it disappeared. Here’s why Poland’s ruling party is being accused of censoring anti-government sentiments:
#ArtisticFreedom #Censorship @RadiowaTrojka
Anger as Polish hit song on grieving 'censored'
Public radio is accused of censoring an anti-government song that topped the charts.
Today, May 22, marks 2 yrs since award winning journalist & political prisoner #IsmailAlexandrani was sentenced to 10yrs in prison in Egypt for the content of his research. Learn more & join us in calling on the govt to end his unjust sentence:#SetThemFree