The following guide, published by the Human Rights Coalition, offers guidelines for prisoners on reporting human rights violations. The method described is simple, requiring documentation, intervention, and movement-building:
[W]e learn the truth by gathering evidence (documentation); we take action according to the urgency of the situation and our capacity to move people (intervention); and we bring others on board and inspire each other with a collective vision of popular struggle (movement-building).
Elaborating on these items, the guide goes on:
The stronger our evidentiary basis, the greater the knowledge of the movement, which generates greater commitment and more effective action. This in turn builds the movement and the cycle of organizing repeats itself, only on a higher level.
Read on for more on defending the human rights of people behind bars:
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