Amnesty Burmese Prisoner Appeal


Amnesty’s action this year on Burma was inspired by the work of James Mackay, a London-based freelance documentary photographer who has photographed more than 160 former Burmese political prisoners now located all around the world – some still in Burma.

Even though I'm free, I am not © James MackayFor the Amnesty Burma Appealself-funded project, entitled ‘Even Though I’m Free I Am Not’, James is travelling around the world, including Burma, to photograph and interview former political prisoners who are coming together to raise awareness for their colleagues who remain in jail. He is working in collaboration with the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (Burma) and Democratic Voice of Burma.

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