As countries globally fight poverty, hunger and disease, millions of lives are at risk. People everywhere are facing an unprecedented crisis and protecting human rights is more vital now than ever before. The OHF proudly assists Amnesty International’s exceptional collective humanitarian work worldwide:
The OHF Proudly Supports Amnesty International
Dear Dr. Hart,
Dr. Martha Hart & The Owen Hart Foundation,
I hope my email finds you well and that you have had a great start to 2023!
Thank you so much for your continued support in fighting injustices and protecting those who are victims of them. In 2022, human rights abuses continued to be committed across the globe: human rights defenders were silenced, women’s rights were violated, war crimes were committed, as well as many other crimes against humanity. However, amid the gloom, thanks to your generous support, there were many good news stories to celebrate in the year.
Throughout 2022, together, we continued to hold human rights abusers accountable, free unlawfully detained individuals, rewrite unjust laws, and achieve many more positive outcomes for people all over the world whose human rights were violated.
Today, I am emailing you to share some of these successes we achieved thanks to your immense dedication to protecting the human rights of all. I am attaching your copy of Amnesty’s “2022: The Year in Human Rights”, which highlights the incredible wins we achieved because of you!
We are extremely grateful for your dedication, time, and generous support in fighting for a better world for all. Thank you so much for standing with us; we couldn’t have done our life-saving work without you.
I look forward to celebrating many more human rights wins with you in 2023.
OHF Supports Amnesty International’s Bangladesh Initiative!
As countries globally fight to reduce COVID-19, millions of lives are at risk, including Rohingya refugees living in threadbare camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. People everywhere are facing an unprecedented crisis and protecting human rights is more vital now than ever before. The OHF proudly assists Amnesty International’s exceptional collective humanitarian work in Bangladesh and worldwide: www.amnesty.ca, www.owenhartfoundation.org
The OHF is helping to free Magai Matiop Ngong in South Sudan. Dr. Hart got on a train in London England this past week unsure which project to support this year via their Amnesty International Partnership. In a tattered old newspaper she read Magai’s sad story – decision sealed.
To help please donate to: https://amnesty.ca
Magai Matiop Ngong was just fifteen when he was sentenced to death in South Sudan. Tell the government to commute his sentence and stop using the death penalty against children. … He was in secondary school and had ambitions to help people when he grew up. Now, Magai lives in prison …