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We are Warwick's official Amnesty International student group.
Who are we?
Warwick Amnesty is a society that is focused on raising awareness of human rights abuses. As one of the biggest charity societies on campus, we are constantly involved in putting on talks, organising campaigns, fundraising and enjoying socials!
The aim of our campaigns is to increase awareness of human rights issues amongst the Warwick University student body and encourage students to put pressure on the individuals and governments that allow such abuses to take place. We focus on subjects such as:
• Ending torture
• Women's and children's rights
• The rights of refugees
• Minorities' rights
• Protection of human dignity.
What we do?
We hold various events throughout the year. As already mentioned, we organise campaigns, have fundraising events, invite guest speakers, support Coventry/Warwick Pride and have regular socials which are not only fun but also connect people with the passion for protection of human rights.
''I don't have any experience in campaigning/protests/fundraising!'' Who is this society for?
You! No matter if you have experience in campaigning or fundraising or not, we all start somewhere and Warwick Amnesty is a great place to begin!
We welcome everyone - regardless of your gender, religion, race, sexual orientation, nationality - if you want to make an impact and positive change in people's lives, Warwick Amnesty is for you.
Our strength comes from working together - together we are stronger.
To find out more about our events and get involved - join Warwick Amnesty and follow our Facebook and Instagram pages for regular updates and information about future events, campaigns and projects.
Warwick Amnesty Official Facebook Page
Warwick Amnesty Official Instagram Page
Once you have bought your membership, please join our official group for the members only:
Warwick Amnesty Members Group
Wed 02 May 2018
Tomorrow Chelsea Elizabeth Manning will be a free woman. After seven years in detention – and until this January facing incarceration in military prison until 2045 – her freedom is momentous indeed.
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Current students should purchase the Amnesty Standard Membership below.