York Amnesty hosted a stall as part of the festivities, at which we invited members of the public to sign a petition calling on the President of the European Commission to ensure that the human rights of Roma people are protected.
In addition, we launched our human rights take on a traditional children's game. Numerous passers-by (including both regular humans and one arctic fox!) were invited to participate in 'Snakes no Ladders':
Taking place on a giant board, the abuse of human rights forces people to slide down snakes and be held captive until another player chooses to use the power of Amnesty International to liberate them!
Our 3m high board even caught the attention of York Press!