2015 National Conference and Annual General Meeting
Join Amnesty for a weekend of inspiration and collaboration at the 53rd National Conference and Annual General Meeting (AGM).
This year, things will be a little different. Instead of a single keynote speaker, a panel of speakers will focus on the impending UK general election, what it means for the future of the Human Rights Act, and what it means for you and your rights.
The guest speakers include:
- Jules Carey: Head of the Police Misconduct team at Bindmans and human rights lawyer
- Professor Francesca Klug OBE: Professorial Research Fellow at LSE and Director of the Human Rights Futures Project
- Ceri Smith: Senior Campaigns Officer at Age UK
- Lily Caprani: Strategy and Policy director at the Children's Society
There will also be more interactive stalls, with staff hosting clinics to equip you with the tools to campaign like a pro. The workshops will be a collaboration of our campaigns and governance teams, looking at how we can work together to get our message across.
What does this mean for you? More impactful ways to get involved, be the best activist you can and meet people with shared visions and goals.
The AGM is about governance, taking action and having your say. Don't miss the opportunity.
When: 18 - 19 April 2015
Duration: Two days
Where: Warwick University, Coventry
Further details at https://www.amnesty.org.uk/2015-national-conference-and-annual-general-…