On 9 July Dr Chris Sandbrook of CU Conservation Research Institute who will speak on Zoom about "Conservation, Human Rights and Environmental Justice".
On 11 June at 7.30pm Beccy Allen, an Amnesty activist, and Amal Mahfud, a Saharawi refugee, will speak on Zoom about the situation for refugees in Western Sahara, suffering from exile after invasion by Morocco.
On Thursday 14 May at 7.30pm, Peter Frankental, Amnesty's Economics Related Programme Director, gives a zoom talk about the question of whether companies can do business with Israeli settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territory.
On Thursday 12 March at 7.30pm, Emma Symonds of CBM will speak on empowering women and girls with disabilities.
Eliz Wong speaks on LGBT+ Rights and Protest in Hong Kong on 13 February at 7.30pm at Amnesty's monthly meeting at the Friends Meeting House in Jesus Lane Cambridge CB5 8BA
More than a hundred people came to mark the fourth anniversary of Giulio Regeni's death at the vigil on 25 January 2020, led by MP Daniel Zeichner.
Join us at the Vigil to mark the fourth anniversary of the death of Cambridge student Giulio Regeni who was murdered while doing his PhD research in the streets of Cairo in 2016.
Come to the Friends Meeting House Jesus Lane CB5 8BA at 7.30pm on Thursday 9th January to hear Debora Singer, Amnesty's Country Co-ordinator for Egypt, tell us the latest news of human rights in Egypt.
Park Ji-hyun suffered near-starvation in North Korea but bravely managed to escape to China, only to be torn away from her son and sent back again to North Korea. She tells us her story on 12 September.
Dr Damien Short, who gave a very interesting and compelling key note speech at the "Our Rights in Today's Climate" conference on the 23rd March, has kindly provided some of the links that people asked for. http://www.talkfracking.org...