Sep 25 2020 8:44AM
Next online meeting Mon 19 October

NEXT REGULAR MEETING - MON 19 OCT, 7.30PM All are welcome to our next regular monthly meeting, whether you've attended a meeting before or not. We should be able to update the group on our China case following the 30 Sept briefing...

Aug 31 2020 11:19AM
Local Groups under lockdown Blog

Local Groups have been forced to innovate during lockdown and many have managed to develop and learn. Ian Myson has written a blog for us explaining how the Banbury group have managed virtual meetings, the pros and cons, and talks us...

Jul 8 2020 11:03AM
Next online meeting Mon 20 July

NEXT GROUP MEETING, MON 20 JULY 7.30-9.00PM Please do join us for our next virtual meeting, to which all are welcome. Following our taking on a new case concerning pastoralist communities in Angola facing violation of their land rights...

May 18 2020 5:59PM
Write for Rights event Saturday 25 November

Each year Amnesty organises a global campaign for supporters to write messages of hope and encouragement to individuals whose human rights are under attack in various parts of the world. For details of this year's campaign see https:/...

May 18 2020 5:58PM
WRITE FOR RIGHTS, SAT 10 DECEMBER, 12-2PM, ST MARY'S CHURCH BANBURY

Everyone is warmly invited to participate in our annual signing of greetings cards for individuals suffering human rights abuses in different parts of the world, as part of Amnesty's Write for Righ

May 18 2020 5:48PM
Stop Torture: Mexico - Ángel Colón freed after six years in jail

Six years too late, prisoner of conscience and victim of torture Ángel Colón has finally been released from jail in Mexico. Thousands of you took action to demand his release – thank you.

May 18 2020 5:48PM
Stop the Torture victim released!

Bus driver and father of four Adrián Vásquez Lagunes was released from prison on 2 December near Tijuana, Mexico, more than three years after he was arrested and tortured by state police and accuse

May 18 2020 5:40PM
Italy: Stop segregation and forced evictions of Roma

Three years ago, Italian authorities moved over 300 Romani children, women and men to a segregated camp in the town of Giugliano, o

May 18 2020 5:37PM
South Midlands Regional Conference 31 Jan 2015

Are you an activist in the Midlands?

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