Oct 28 2017 7:45AM
Film, talk and meeting: Truth for Giulio Regeni and human rights in Egypt
This November sees three events in Cambridge with a particular focus on the continuing campaign for Truth for Giulio Regeni and human rights in Egypt.
Apr 10 2017 8:31PM
Join a subgroup and campaign together for humanity and human rights
Are you passionate about a particular issue, or would like to learn more about an area of our work? Come along to one of our subgroup meetings which focus on key Amnesty International campaigns. Many of the Cambridge CIty Groups campai...
Apr 10 2017 7:50PM
Join our group AGM and help make plans to make a difference together
Join the Amnesty Cambridge City Group AGM this Thursday 13th April, 7:30pm at the Jesus Lane Friend's Meeting House . The AGM will consist of a report from the group's delegates to AIUK's AGM and national conference as well as the elec...
Apr 5 2017 10:06AM
Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories: House demolitions
Palestinian houses in the West Bank are being destroyed. Inhabitants are being evicted and often forced to pay a fine for the demolition of their own house. They have very little time to gather their belongings, and often nowhere to go...
Mar 2 2017 1:47AM
Blog: Home is a Human Right
At the end of the Spring half term we came back from a holiday on the continent. As I was driving my family home from the airport there was a discussion on the radio about empathy with the child refugees and the abandoned Dubs scheme a...
Nov 30 2016 10:01PM
The refugee’s gift - online exhibition
The refugee’s gift is an exhibition of images by Bill Knight, commissioned by the Refugee Council.
Sep 26 2016 10:57AM
Truth for Giulio Regeni campaign
To mark the anniversary of Giulio Regeni's murder and disappearance, to express solidarity with his family and friends and to continue to call for Truth for Giulio Regeni ,&nbs
Aug 29 2016 10:33AM
Amnesty International East Anglia Regional Conference: Refugees
This conference took place on the 8 th October 2016 in Cambridge and was attended by around 200 people
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