Online Talk: Turning the Spotlight on Human Rights in North Africa
Sutton Coldfield Amnesty International group is joining with other groups across the country for an online talk about the work of Amnesty's country coordinators on North Africa including Algeria, Libya, Egypt, Morocco/Western Sahara and Tunisia.
The virtual event is on Tuesday May 10 at 8pm and is open to all to attend.
The talk will feature Bev Foulkes Jones who has been a country coordinator for Amnesty International for 30 years and Joe Dunford who became a country coordinator last year.
“Our talk will cover the work of the volunteer country coordinators working for Amnesty on North Africa,” said Bev. “This includes how we support groups, our work for Individuals at Risk, how we are the bridge between the International Secretariat and Amnesty International UK, our social media and advocacy work, work with non-governmental organisations and the press, our best experiences and how you can become a country coordinator with Amnesty.
“North Africa is beset by human rights abuses and the work we do helps to bring about tangible change and to make things better.”
To register for the talk please email email@example.com and we’ll send you the online invitation.
Please note – our May meeting is online, there is no in-person meeting this month.