Be part of the campaign to raise awareness on the plight of three Al Jazeera journalists in Egypt as well as other reporters who have been locked up for the crime of reporting both sides of a complex story.
They have suffered harsh conditions, solitary confinement, denied medical treatment and are on trial for charges related to terrorism, along with other foreign journalists being tried in absentia.
Peter Greste, Mohammed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed, who were simply doing their jobs, are being tried in Cairo, charged with terrorism-related offences and "spreading false news".
Abdullah Al-Shami, a reporter from Al Jazeera Arabic, has also been imprisoned since August 14 and has been on hunger strike for nearly 40 days.
Participate in our Global Day of Action for press freedoms - post images of yourself showing signs of support with the #FreeAJStaff hashtag and join our wall of Twitter images: