Horsham group combines our end of year social with actions for Write for Rights. This year we sent photos to Teodora del Carmen Vasquez. She was sentenced to 30 years in prison for "agg
The presentation of "Even If We Lose Our Lives" at the Hawth, Crawley was very successful. The Mayor and Mayoress of Crawley and MP Henry Smith attended the event.
Our next meeting will be at 8pm Tuesday 2nd June at the Friends Meeting House, Worthing Road, Horsham.
Campaigning has begun for the General Election and we will be preparing for local hustings.
We asked our parliamentary candidates two questions: Let us know whether you will, if elected, promote torture prevention as a priority for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office? Can we also rely on your support for the Human Rights Act...
Here is our January newsletter. Special items to note: next meeting 11th February; letter action for Tunisian prisoner
The group’s AGM was very well attended. We looked back at our activities during 2014 which included fundraising (AmnesTea and Boot Sale), our most successful street collection (more than £700
Horsham group meeting 8pm 3 February to start campaigning for Eskinder Nega. Journalism is not a crime and Eskinder should not be behind bars, Come and help us plan our actions and help
World Press Freedom day action was a great success. West Sussex County Times journalists joined group members to show their support for Eskinder and there was a double page feature in this we