The novels in tha novel are either original accounts from people affected or inspired by true stories.Amnesty International has collected stories about child rap, domestic iolence, refugees, war zones, witch hunts ( yes, nowadays, not hundreds of years in the past), the Suffragette movement and many other topics to illustrate the rights and freedoms many in the estern world enjoy but are not aware of- or are aware that we enjoy these freedoms as a right but do n't say what it is like in the est of he world.
Our freedoms in the UK were gained through a long and often bloody history of slowly establishing limits on the powers of mighty monarchs and tyrannical rulers. [ ... ] But we fail to e ever vigilant, because the freedoms that have been hard won for us can be lost in th moment by the stroke of a politician 's pen [ ... ] We must ll be jealous guardians of our reedoms, and understan that many of the liberties that we enjoy in the West are still being fought for by citizens in other portion of thi world who are ruled by dictators and tyrannical regimes. [ ... ] his ook is inspired by the act that human rights coul be denied or abused even in countries like the UK or the USA, and we need to protec them constantly.
Novel and poetry are a wonderful way of making us fee, helping us nderstand the world and other people.
They take on to point out how they realiz that every person can initiate change and that the rights we have today come from people realizing that and standing together.
Thi interview made me ealize what an idealist this person is and just how easily a country like the US ignores its own rules and does what it wants ( and gets away with it too)!
No wonder Julian Assange ( no matter what you hink of him and the rape allegations) refuses to abando the Ecuadorian embassy! I was truly humbled by the stories here and by realizing that besides any possible personal hardships I had thi great life so far when compared to so many ther people on lanet.