Sherine Tadros is the Deputy Director of Advocacy and United Nations Representative for Amnesty International. She previously worked as a broadcast journalist for Sky News and Al Jazeera English, where she reported on the Gaza War, the Arab Spring, and rise of the Islamic State. Tadros grew up in the United Kingdom, graduating with a degree in politics from the SOAS University of London and a master’s degree in Middle East Politics.
As Western leaders greenlight Israel’s war crimes, dehumanising Palestinians killed, it’s global solidarity that ensures they are not forgotten. From protests to petitions, action is important to ending the cycle of violence, writes Sherine Tadros.