Toolkits & Guides

“How-to” resources to help you protect human rights

We produce practical tools to help activists start groups and campaign for human rights. If you have an idea for a toolkit that isn’t listed here, contact us to suggest it.

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Take action to protect civilians in the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Israel

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Start conversations in your community about police use of lethal force

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Engage in conversations about deadly force as a human rights issue

Help free people imprisoned for exercising their human rights

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Help free a Saudi Arabian blogger who is unjustly imprisoned

Start a local Amnesty International group in your community

Start an Amnesty International group on your campus

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A tool to help you better understand the work happening around a campaign in your community

Free resources to download and use when you’re planning attending your next protest.

Download and view our High School Resolutions Toolkit

Download and view our College Resolutions Toolkit

Download and view our City Resolutions Toolkit

Download our Longertable Initiative Toolkit

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Visit our National Security microsite for lessons and resources on a key area of U.S. national security policy post-9/11.

Op-ed articles are a great way to reshape a public debate and affect policy.Letters to the Editor (LTEs) also contribute to the public discourse.