We live in a time with unprecedented levels of mistrust, fuelled by fake news, crooked politicians and charity scandals. This scepticism can make people less likely to engage with and donate to charities.
How can you, as leaders in the charity sector, learn from organisations with purpose like Patagonia and Lush to turn this around?
Come and hear a talk by Graham Minter, Amnesty International UK’s expert on South America, on Wednesday March 11th at 7.30pm.
The venue is Hammersmith Quaker Meeting House, 20 Nigel Playfair Avenue, W6 9JY.
The event is free and open to anyone, not just Amnesty members, and the venue is wheelchair accessible. This talk is the latest in Hammersmith Amnesty Group’s Spotlight talks where we explore the state of human rights in various parts of the world. You're welcome to register in advance or you can just turn up on the night.
Directions to the venue - To find the building, walk to the very end of Nigel Playfair Avenue. At the end of the road, on the right hand side, you will see a small gate set back from the road. That's the entrance to the Quaker Meeting House.
I look forward to seeing you on March 11th.
Chair and Secretary
Amnesty International Hammersmith and Fulham Group