Amnesty, HRW, and UNHRC have always been a laughing stock for actual human rights activists and orgs. It just happened that Amnesty exhibited the exact same policy it maintained for many, many years, at a time where people are most interested in Ukraine.Amnesty International came under flak for its report. Zelensky accused it of parroting Russia.
Had they waited a year, or had Ukraine been another middle eastern, African, or east Asian country, none would care about Amnesty's report.
They have value to many people because they portray themselves as a force for good, but there is no real accountability, and much of what they say is accepted as truth because they're some moral authority.
This is why 'bad actors' like Russia, China, Iran etc, see a high value in bribing such orgs, and it's also what makes them so vulnerable to such attempts.
Thankfully there are a good bunch of orgs that identify funding sources of other NGOs and politicians, which gives us a solid OSINT tool for identifying reliable or unreliable entities.
Back on topic, it seems there are talks of more Gepards for Ukraine, but were there any reported engagements for this system?