Norwich Amnesty’s Film Season 2018

This spring, the Norwich Amnesty group has lined up an excellent trio of films to be screened at Cinema City as part of our film season. We’ve selected films that pull no punches about the abuses to human rights that have occurred in the past and remind us that today human rights have never been more threatened.

17th January 2018 Meeting Minutes

David H (Chair) welcomed all, 11 people present. Apologies: Sue Minutes of last meeting agreed Matters Arising: Jo-Ann Veltman from UEA will talk about climate change, at our February open meeting. Campaigns Cambodia Hun Vannak and Doem Kundy Prisoners of conscience, arrested for filming two large vessels they suspected of carrying sand for export, illegally. […]

Britain Needs An Anti-War Foreign Policy Talk – 23rd January

This Public Meeting is organised by Norwich Stop the War Coalition and sponsored by Stand up to Racism and Cage,an independent advocacy organisation working to empower communities impacted by the War on Terror.

Amnesty International Issues News #83 (December 2017)

AI has ambitious plans to strengthen its support and membership – the target for 2020 is to have 25 million people per year inspired to take action for human rights by AI’s work. To achieve this, AI needs to understand the wider public’s views of the movement and what can be done to attract them. To help to achieve this, AI’s communications programme has recently issued a report which brings together a wide range of survey data from across the world and summarises it into eleven main messages.

20th December 2017 Meeting Minutes

Minutes from Wednesday 20th December 2017 Norwich Amnesty Open Meeting

Chair welcomed all to the meeting
Minutes of last meeting agreed
Matters arising: None

Start the New Year with some of the best Human Rights films

Film is an incredible way not only to share information, but to help people emotionally connect with issues, changing their minds and urging them to take action.

Amnesty have scoured the web for the latest, greatest human rights documentaries that tackle a wide variety of subjects: from LGBT rights, to slavery, to the war in Syria.

Norwich Write for Rights 2017 Review

This year’s  ‘Write for Rights’  event was held in Saint Peter Mancroft Church which proved to be an excellent venue as a number of visitors to the church stayed to write cards to prisoners of conscience and others and a total of 70 cards were sent, and also 24 letters to heads of government on their behalf.