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Jailed Puppets Guerrilla from Amnesty

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 26-11-2012 22:30 | Category: Human rights



Jailed Puppets Guerrilla from Amnesty - 4 Weeks For Freedom

This is latest campaign from the dutch section of Amnesty International. The guerrilla advertising campaign is to support the start of campaign called 4 Weeks For Freedom.
Amnesty got over a hundred volunteers to spread jailed puppets throughout the Netherlands. They are asking people to join theire actions to get Ales Bialiatski and Nasrin Sotoudeh out of jail.

It is leading up to an action that takes place in January. From 14 January to 9 February 2013, two teams are trying to get them free.
Amnesty is looking for supporters during the campaign weeks.

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Jailed Puppets Guerrilla from Amnesty - 4 Weeks For Freedom

Jailed Puppets Guerrilla from Amnesty - 4 Weeks For Freedom

Jailed Puppets Guerrilla from Amnesty - 4 Weeks For Freedom

Jailed Puppets Guerrilla from Amnesty - 4 Weeks For Freedom


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