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Amnesty will be presenting at the official launch of the University Alliance for Refugees and At-Risk Migrants (UARRM). This conference will bring together vested parties across relevant sectors including refugees, at-risk migrants, faculty and scholars, student associations, education think tanks, legislators, local government, ecumenical education institutions, and United Nations agencies and other representatives of the international community. Prachi Rao, Amnesty Field Organizer, will be moderating a panel on Advocacy–Student to President Engagement. Registration has now closed, but please contact Prachi at [email protected]…Find out more »
We have a local group meeting at Central Markert's Upstairs Community Room the first Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm. We discuss current AI campaigns with guest speakers, plan events, and educate new members about our local group. Food, Drink, Information & Actions! Meet us & learn how *you* can make a difference locally and globally!Find out more »
You're invited! What: Amnesty International Local Group 30 Where: First Unitarian Universalist Center - 1187 Franklin Street (at Geary) in San Francisco When: Wednesday, August 9th at 7:30 pm (we meet on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7:30 pm) Why: We are a community-based collection of volunteers who meet, write letters, and organize events to advance the principles of human rights promoted by Amnesty International worldwide. For more information, please visit http://aigroup30.org/ or https://www.facebook.com/sfgroup30Find out more »
This is an annual community 5km run/walk held in the town of Las Vegas, New Mexico, USA. Participants are encouraged to enter in honor of a specific PoC or members of a threaten group. Photos will be taken of each participant holding a sign indicating the person for whom he/she is running. At the end of the run participants are encouraged to write simple personal messages to that person. Photos and messages are sent directly to the person honored. The…Find out more »
We're the Amnesty International chapter of the Twin Cities. Each month we have a friendly, informal meeting where we review recent human rights news, plan events, and host a guest speaker. Snacks provided. Note that in December we usually change the meeting date.Find out more »
Please join us every 3rd Sunday for our monthly meeting. We're a group of volunteer AI activists who live in the Twin Cities area who make our own fun by deciding what AI issues we want to work on and what kinds of events we want to do using the information and resources that AI provides. There are usually about a dozen people a our meetings although the number of people who are involved in our group in other ways…Find out more »