In 2019 tens of millions of people, especially young people, took to the streets to ask for rights, justice, freedom, dignity, respect for the environment, an end to corruption and inequalities. It happened in Chile, Iran, Hong Kong, Iraq, Egypt, Ecuador, Sudan and Lebanon, where they challenged the authorities and suffered a very strong repression, with thousands of arrests, dead and injured. This is the theme that characterized, on the human rights front, the past year, according to what emerged from the 2019-2020 Report of Amnesty international (Infinite editions) presented today by videoconference. “Governments have reacted by blocking social networks and with new tactics, thus further losing credibility – said Riccardo Noury, spokesman for Amnesty international Italia -. In Chile the carabineros shot in the eyes, causing 13,000 injuries. 4,000 people were arrested in Egypt. The new generations took to the streets, as had not been seen for a decade, since the days of the Arab spring. Despite the brutal repression, the numbers of protests have been enormous and have brought some results, such as in Chile where the path of reform has opened, in Sudan with the fall of the dictator Omar al Bashir, in Hong Kong where the law on the extradition or to Iraq, where the government had to leave. ” However, the report shows that 64 countries around the world still practice torture and forced disappearances occur in at least 32 countries. The volume, with a preface by Moni Ovadia, contains six regional panoramas (sub-Saharan Africa, the Americas, Asia and the Pacific, Europe, Eastern Europe and Central Asia, the Middle East and North Africa) and insights on 19 states (Saudi Arabia, Brazil, China, Egypt, India, Iran, Italy, Libya, Myanmar, Poland, Central African Republic, Russia, Syria, Somalia, United States of America, Sudan, Turkey, Hungary and Venezuela).