Human Rights Missions
Children at refugee camp Goz Beida,
eastern Chad, 2013
Amnesty International sends fact-finding missions to investigate and assess human rights issues on the ground.
Amnesty International sends around 130 research teams to visit roughly 70 countries every year, and in its 50 year history has conducted more than 3,300 research missions and published more than 17,000 reports about human rights around the world.
Mission highlights from the field
When conditions allow it, Amnesty reports back live from the field to update members on progress of the mission and to provide a first-hand account of human rights violations. Read our blogs from recent human rights research missions: