Amir’s story brings a smile to my face. Running 15km now seems much easier compared to the challenges Amir had to overcome. I feel privileged to be able to play my small part and give back to those brave people who have fought for their and our rights.
On World Press Freedom Day, Prisoners of Conscience highlights its role in keeping journalists safe
Want to channel all your excess energy from the lockdown into something creative? Take a page from Kirsty’s book!
‘Prisoners of Conscience is participating in the 2.6 Challenge, what a great opportunity to run 26km in 2.6 days and raise money for PoC,’ I thought…!
There is an enormous hill right at the start of my route. It’s massive. Huge. This morning I thought I’d try and be clever and outsmart it…
For some reason, I have decided that my 2.6 challenge should be to run 2.6km every day for 26 days. Having just completed Day 1, I am wondering whether I’ve made a big mistake…
Can you do 26 keepy-uppies? Hop for 2.6 miles? Do 26 laps of your garden while wearing fancy dress? Could you do it for Prisoners of Conscience as part of The 2.6 Challenge?
Gary Allison was interviewed by Ruth O’Reilly Smith, on her UCB 2 show ‘This is your Story.’ Gary talked about PoC, shared stories of great fortitude and determination by our beneficiaries, revealed how growing up in South Africa personally drew Read more…
Lake of Lights campaign aims to raise funds and awareness to help
those who are forbidden from practising their faith
we are enormously concerned about the impact the coronavirus is having, and will continue to have, on human rights defenders around the world.