The main focus of the exhibition is the historic plight of refugees and will feature 30 photographs taken by photographers from the Magnum agency over the past 70 years. The photographs document some of the issues surrounding refugees from the mass upheaval and displacement of the post-war years to the present-day crisis in Syria, Afghanistan and South Sudan. The exhibition will also include the Tapestry, above, created by Amnesty groups in the South depicting the 30 articles of the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights
Pluto Live and Amnesty International are delighted to host the official book launch for Ben White's new book Cracks in the Wall: Beyond Apartheid in Palestine/Israel published by Pluto Press.
Join our protest outside the Vietnamese Embassy in Kensington, London, to call for the release of Vietnamese Prisoners of Conscience.
A very special evening of classical music in aid of Amnesty International UK, focusing on the global campaign in action all around the world: “BRAVE – Human Rights Defenders”.
Everyone is welcome to this free, one-day conference to find out about what Amnesty does and how you can support human rights in your community