Saudi Arabia will virtually host the G20 World Leaders’ Summit on November 21-22. Through this event, the Saudi government is trying to make the public forget about their human rights abuses. Don’t let them get away with it.
Hundreds of thousands of men, women, and children across 60 countries are chained, simply for having a mental health condition. Together, we can help end this inhumane practice. Join the global movement to #BreakTheChains.
For years, momentum has grown in Japan for an LGBT Equality Act. Next year, Japan will host the Tokyo2020 Olympics, marking a once-in-a-generation moment to champion LGBT equality. Show your support for an Equality Act.
The US Congress should act to repair harms of slavery by passing H.R. 40 The time for the United States to account for its legacy of slavery is long overdue.
Tell Greece to move hundreds of migrant children at risk of COVID-19 in detention to child-friendly housing.
Tell clothing brands to support workers by signing the Transparency Pledge.
Sign the petition to demand the Trump administration stop allowing meat plants to increase line speeds that threaten worker safety
Did you know children can legally marry in Massachusetts? A new bill to end all marriages under age 18 (S.2294) will be considered in the Massachusetts State legislature in 2019.&nbsp; Please contact Massachusetts lawmakers to tell them to make this bill a priority to ensure this legislation gets passed.
When the Saudi government agreed to let women drive, major car companies publicly and rightly hailed that development. It was a step towards equality for women in the Kingdom and created a lucrative new market for the industry. Now, the courageous women that fought for their right to drive are being arrested, jailed, and harassed. It is a cruel irony that the women who fought for equality are in jail while the companies stand to make millions from the market those women have helped create. They should tell the government to stop going after these activists.