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Come to the Friends Meeting House Jesus Lane CB5 8BA at 7.30pm on Thursday 9th January to hear Debora Singer, Amnesty's expert on Egypt, tell us about the TRUTH FOR GIULIO campaign and the latest news of human rights in Egypt.

It is now nearly four years since Cambridge PhD student, Giulio Regeni, doing field research in Egypt, disappeared off the streets of Cairo in January 2016.  His body was found, very badly tortured, nine days later. The Egyptian Government has never provided an adequate response to how Giulio was abducted, tortured and killed.  Others are still suffering a similar fate. Amnesty continues to demand Truth for Giulio.

In Egypt today, people who demonstrate peacefully, or use social media or legitimate political activities to criticise the government, get caught up in the repression which the state uses for counter-terrorism.  Hundreds of people are detained arbitrarily, tortured, undergo unfair trials and unsound convictions simply for expressing their opinions. Debora Singer will be presenting Amnesty International’s recently published report exposing the systematic nature of this repression and provide an opportunity to discuss ways in which Amnesty activists can seek to end these practices and bring the perpetrators to justice.

There will be a TRUTH FOR GIULIO vigil to mark the fourth anniversary of Giulio's death on Saturday 25 January outside Great St Mary's at 6pm. 

We look forward to seeing you 
Best wishes
Sue Woodsford, Chair
Cambridge City Amnesty Group
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