9 - 13Dec - Dec 2013
What does it mean to be an Afghan women living in the UK today? We asked a group of women about their experiences, which are collected in this exhibition of candid photographs and moving stories of war, revolution, cultural dissociation and new beginnings.
On Human Rights Day, Bradford Amnesty and Moving On Project in Bradford host an evening of speakers, discussion and short film screenings all focussed on the Roma community in Bradford and beyond.
Bury St Edmunds
Join Fraser Harrison and Amnesty Bury St Edmunds for a discussion about the experiences of Native Americans regarding human rights.
All are welcome to join Amnesty in Sheffield to take part in our annual Write for Rights campaign. Send a message of support to prisoners of conscience and human rights defenders around the world.
Drop by St Mary's Parish and write a message to someone suffering human rights abuses, with our annual Write for Rights campaign.
All are welcome to drop by our offices in Belfast to write a card and make a difference to someone who's suffered human rights abuses. We’ll provide the cards and postage and guidance on the cases that need your support - and coffee, tea and a mince pie too!
Drop by Rotheram Minster and write a message to someone suffering human rights abuses, with our annual Write for Rights campaign.