A big thank you to our hosts James & Isoline Greenhalgh for giving us the opportunity to provide an AmnesTea!
Kate recently responded to our request for a AIUK Staff Member based in the Welsh Government in Cardiff. She acknowledged the points made in the initial email, agreeing that while funding is difficult currently due to the repercussions...
Nasrin is facing 38 years in prison and 148 lashes for her peaceful human rights work. She is a human rights lawyer who has dedicated her life to defending women’s rights. She protested against Iran’s discriminatory and degrading...
As lockdown began, thousands of patients were sent from hospitals into care homes. In three months 18,562 people living in Care Homes died with COVID-19. With cases at the highest they've ever been in the UK, the government must learn...
Talk on Law and Freedom of thought, conscience and religion by Dr. Alison Mawhinney, Reader in Law at Bangor University.
Talk on the conflict in Syria by Jeni Dixon, AIUK Community Organiser Sadly Syria has been on our agenda for many years where there has been many concerns over human rights
Conwy County Peace Group report given at our meeting on 27th February 2014.
We held a collection at Tesco, Abergele on Friday 9th May with support and contributions from staff and customers.