Rafat Shantir grew up in Hebron in the Occupied West Bank where he experienced first hand the difficulties of living under an occupation which favours the Israeli settlers however violent they may be.
Nabila Khan will be speaking online on 10 June about the growing use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its impact on the increasing surveillance measures being employed by states and large corporations in the USA and China.
Today, there are more slaves in the world than ever. Simon John will explain modern slavery in this talk on 13 May, part of his fund raising for Anti-Slavery International.
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Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner joins Cambridge Amnesty and UCU for a vigil in memory of student Giulio Regeni murdered 5 years ago in Cairo. His killers have never been found. Join us on Sunday 24 January at 6.30pm.
Last year our MP Daniel Zeichner and a hundred others marked the fourth anniversary of Giulio Regeni's death. Meet us on line on10 December to demand action for Giulio again,
Paul Bridges of Amnesty's Anti-Death Penalty Campaign will consider the evidence and arguments for and against use of the Death Penalty in an Online talk on Thursday 12 November 2020 at 7.30pm.
Oscar Jenz, Amnesty's Country Coordinator for Iran and the United Arab Emirates, will give an overview of the human rights situation in Iran on Zoom on Thursday 8 October at 7.30pm.
Niall Couper, Head of Media at Amnesty UK, speaks on his work supporting Amnesty cases in the media to ensure maximum exposure. On Zoom Thursday 10 September at 7.30pm.
On 9 July Dr Chris Sandbrook of CU Conservation Research Institute who will speak on Zoom about "Conservation, Human Rights and Environmental Justice".