Our cookies statement
1. What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website.
Cookies placed by a website’s owner (in this case, Amnesty International UK) are called 'first party cookies'. Cookies placed by parties other than the website owner are called 'third party cookies'.
Cookies, along with similar technologies such as pixels, web beacons and gifs, are widely used to make websites work more efficiently for visitors, and to provide information to the owners of websites. For the purposes of this cookie notice we refer to these technologies collectively as cookies.
2. Your cookie preferences
Some cookies we use are essential in order for parts of our website to operate, but for all non-essential cookies you can choose whether you want us to use them or not.
When you first visit our website, a message will appear informing you of ‘your choice regarding cookies on this site’. You are then either able to confirm that you accept cookies or select the option to manage your cookie preferences.
You can manage your cookie preferences at any time by clicking the small ‘C’ which is always visible in the bottom right hand corner of our website, as shown here:
3. What cookies does Amnesty International UK use?
The cookies we use can be grouped into the following four categories:
- Strictly Necessary cookies
- Performance cookies
- Functionality cookies
- Advertising cookies