The ProLibertad Freedom Campaign

FREE ANA BELEN MONTES
and NINA DROZ FRANCO!

The ProLibertad Freedom Campaign

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U.N. Campaign for Ana Belen!


Our UNITED VOICES will free our sister Puerto Rican Prisoner of Conscious Ana Belen Montes!

As of September 1st, there's a new United Nations High Commissioner on Human Rights, former President of Chile Michelle Bachelet Jeria.  She has a long history of supporting human rights campaigns and social justice issues; it's time she learned who Ana Belen Montes is!  We need your help in order to bring Ana's case to Bachelet Jeria's attention.

ProLibertad is calling on all our allies to download the letter below, sign it, and then mail it to High Commissioner Michelle Bachelet Jeria.  The goal of this campaign is to motivate her to intercede on Ana's behalf. Every letter moves us closer to freedom and justice.

Download the letter, make copies, ask your friends and family members to sign, and mail them all out!


Click the image on the left to download the letter, sign it, and mail it out to:

The Honorable Michelle Bachelet Jeria
United Nations High Commissioner for
Human Rights
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR)
Palais des Nations
CH-1211 Geneva 10, Switzerland

Who is U.N. High Commissioner of Human Rights
Michelle Bachelet Jeria...

On September 1, 2018 Michelle Bachelet Jeria assumed her functions as the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.  The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights was established in 1993 and Ms. Bachelet is the seventh Commissioner.


Ms. Bachelet was elected President of Chile on two occasions (2006 – 2010 and 2014 – 2018). She was the first female president of Chile, as well as Chile’s and Latin America’s first female Defense Minister (2000 – 2002).  She also served as Health Minister (2002 - 2004).


During her presidential tenures, she promoted the rights of all but particularly those of the most vulnerable. Among her many achievements, education and tax reforms, as well as the creation of the National Institute for Human Rights and the Museum of Memory and Human Rights stand out, as do the establishment of the Ministry of Women and Gender Equality, the adoption of quotas to increase women’s political participation, and the approval of Civil Union Act legislation, granting rights to same sex couples and thus, advancing LGBT rights.


Since the early 1990s, Ms. Bachelet has worked closely with many international organizations. In 2010 she chaired the Social Protection Floor Advisory Group, a joint International Labor Organization (ILO) and World Health Organization (WHO) initiative, which sought to promote social policies to stimulate economic growth and social cohesion.


In 2011, she was named the first Director of UN Women, an organization dedicated to fighting for the rights of women and girls internationally.  Economic empowerment and ending violence against women were two of her priorities during her tenure.


After finishing her second term in March 2018, she was named Chair of the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health, an alliance of more than 1000 organizations in 192 countries from the sexual, reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health communities. As Co-Chair of the High-Level Steering Group for Every Woman Every Child, Ms. Bachelet launched Every Woman Every Child Latin America and the Caribbean, the first platform for tailored, regional implementation of the EWEC Global Strategy.


Michelle Bachelet has a Medical Degree in Surgery, with a specialization in Pediatrics and Public Health.  She also studied military strategy at Chile's National Academy of Strategy and Policy and at the Inter-American Defense College in the United States.