The conflict in Syria is the greatest humanitarian crisis of our times. Join us as we stand with Syria to mark three years since the start of the uprising.
Grown men aren’t supposed to cry. Anthony and Ben Holden, and Kate Allen, introduce readings from poems that haunt a host of eminent men; they explain why, in words as moving as the poems themselves.
8 - 12 Mar 2014 - Apr 2014
Come and see art inspired by human rights at Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch local group's open exhibition running from 8 March to 12 April.
Ben Griffin, former SAS soldier and the founder of Veterans for Peace, will speak about Private Chelsea Manning and the repercussions of the information she leaked.
Join Your Amnesty Group to mark International Women's day with a talk from Egyptian activist Gihan Soliman.
Hakamada Iwao is the world's longest-serving death row prisoner. This is a rare chance to view a beautiful Japanese-language film of the events surrounding Hakamada's imprisonment, followed by a Q&A with an expert panel.
The Human Rights Act: what does it do, who does it serve, and do we even need it? Wirksworth, Belper and Derby Amnesty groups have partnered with Derby University Law School for an evening of discussion with specialists in human rights law to look at what the Human Rights Act does for us.
All are welcome to a discussion with Dennis Edney QC - lawyer of Omar Kadhr, former Guantánamo Bay prison inmate.
Ben White will be launching a new edition of his introduction to the Israeli-Palestinian politics, 'Israeli Apartheid: A Beginner's Guide'.
An opportunity for Amnesty International members in the South West to meet others and discuss issues of current concern.