Amnesty International Wales
The Amnesty office in Cardiff provides a focus for campaigning and events in Wales.
We raise Amnesty's concerns with Welsh politicians, promote our message via the Welsh media and campaign in Wales on our wide range of human rights activity.
Making the Invisible Visible
Eye-catching images went up around Cardiff recently to promote our Write for Rights 2011 campaign. You can read more and take action at amnesty.org.uk/fence
Primary school pack launched
Education Minister Leighton Andrews and Keith Towler, Children's Commissioner for Wales, launched our free, bilingual pack for primary schools in Wales at the Model C.I.W. School, Carmarthen.
The interactive lessons are the first educational materials designed for 5 to 11 year olds to help teachers begin to explore human rights in primary schools - focusing on fairness, freedom and the rights of young children. The pack encourages young children to think about others and contains creative suggestions to bring human rights to life through artistic projects.
Urdd Eisteddfod 2011
Kate Allen, Amnesty's UK Director, visited the Urdd Eisteddfod in Swansea to meet young people taking action at the Urdd Eisteddfod through the Peace and Goodwill Message, supported by Amnesty International.
- DU: Gwleidyddiaeth a llenyddiaeth yn uno i lansio ymgyrch Amnest ar ryddid mynegiant mewn ysgol yn abertawe 11 Nov 2011
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