The international human rights organisation Amnesty International has posted an animated briefing on the human rights situation in Russia on its website. The feature includes several categories: Chechnya, disappearing people, and infringements of the rights of children, ethnic minorities and women. As well as slogan-like texts, the briefing also includes photographs.
The animated briefing is not accompanied by any kind of commentary. At the end there is a call for people to join Amnesty International and write to the Russian President to request that Russia fulfil its human rights obligations.
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