Abortion decision threatens Amnesty's voice

The candle burning within a cage of barbed wire has over the past 46 years become one of the world's most recognisable and potent symbols. The logo for Amnesty International is a succinct evocation of the organisation's charter for the impartial protection of human rights. So effectively has Amnesty been in selling its message that the average layperson wouldn't have much trouble citing its related concerns, such as the death penalty, torture and the treatment of refugees. But abortion? - Larissa Dubecki