Cuban blogger Yoani Sánchez has been barred from leaving Cuba 19 times in the last four years.
A Cuban prisoner of conscience has died on hunger strike, highlighting the Raúl Castro government's intolerance for dissent.
Brazil's authorities must address indigenous land claims to prevent future violent attacks on indigenous communities.
A community leader from San Pedro Sula in northern Honduras has not been heard of since his abduction on 30 August.
One woman describes how her daughters' killings led her to advocate for better protection from domestic violence in the USA.
The "Ladies in White," an unofficial network of women protesters in Cuba, face ongoing intimidation from the authorities.
The killing of a prominent Guatemalan trade unionist has raised fears for the safety of workers rights activists in the country.
Amnesty International's annual report details how the rise of social media is fuelling a new activism that repressive governments are struggling to control.
As Amnesty International launches its annual report, we speak to five key human rights activists.
Authorities urged not to force activists into exile after José Ferrer and Félix Navarro, the final two from a group of 75 detained in March 2003, were freed.
Amnesty International urges the Mexican authorities to provide protection to two prominent women activists forced to flee their homes after receiving death threats for their human rights work.
Cuba is still stifling freedom of expression despite high profile prisoner releases, continuing to harass, arrest and intimidate hundreds of activists.
Activist Néstor Rodríguez Lobaina was detained for his human rights work three months ago and is set to face trial at the end of March.
Authorities urged to investigate the killings and to protect the rest of the indigenous Quebrada Seca community in the east of the country.
Amnesty International urges the Mexican authorities to provide protection to the family of a murdered human rights activist, after three of her relatives were today found dead.
Amnesty International has urged Cuban authorities to end the harassment of relatives of a human rights activist who died during a hunger strike last year.
Amnesty International urges the Mexican authorities to investigate the whereabouts of three relatives of a murdered human rights activist who were abducted this week.
Ten prisoners of conscience remain detained by the authorities after Guido Sigler Amaya was freed on Friday.
Amnesty International, NGOs Photovoice and Tierra Viva, backed the project that enables the Yakye Axa and the Sawhoyamaxa communities to take photographs that reflect their struggle.
Carolina Rubio, who is more than eight months pregnant, is being held on charges of having links with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.