Southend Amnesty Group February 2017 Newsletter

Abdulhadi Kamel

Here's our latest Newsletter containing notes from our February meeting and actions in relation to

  • The UK supplying of arms to the Saudi coalition that is bombing The Yemen.  See  AI UK WEBSITE 

  • Abdulhadi Kamel, a “White Helmet” who disappeared during the evacuation of Aleppo. Go to  AI UK WEBSITE. 

  • the  human rights violations being inflicted on the Rohinga tribe in Burma, Details on The Burma Campaign UK website  

Don't forget, if you can't come to a meeting there are a couple of ways you can still take part in AI actions:

  • Follow us on Twitter. If you haven't got one, open up a Twitter account, search out the Southend Amnesty twitter account @amnestysouthend and click the follow button. You'll find actions on the Amnesty UK website along with links to articles addressing human rights issues 
  • Join the Pocket Protest. This is Amnesty UK’s  SMS Action Network. It's made up of more than 150,000 people who use their mobile phone to defend free speech and stand up for human rights. Either Text PROTEST to 70505 or follow this link for more information and details of how to join up on line or on your phone: https://www.amnesty.org.uk/what-pocket-protest."
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