Pride Festivals 2018

Pride festivals are always an exciting way for local groups to engage with their local community.

You can check when your local pride is this year and start thinking about how you can get involved.

Norwich Amnesty invites you to a talk by Dr. Paul Bernal (UEA) ‘Internet Privacy, Cambridge Analytica and Human Rights’

At our April 2018 Monthly Meeting, Dr. Paul Bernal (UEA) will be talking on ‘Internet Privacy, Cambridge Analytica and Human Rights’

18 April at 19:30 – 21:30

21st March 2018 Open Meeting Minutes

Chair: David Huband Chair welcomed all to the meeting Apologies: David Ford, Joanna Kinnaird Minutes of last meeting: Agreed Matters arising “Families together” Campaign. On Friday 16thMarch, 129 MPs from across the political spectrum voted for a Bill to allow young refugees to be united with their families. 42 voted against. (Neither Clive Lewis, nor […]

21st February 2018 Open Meeting and Group AGM Minutes

Chair: David Huband Chair welcomed all to the meeting Minutes of last meeting agreed Matters arising: David H is still trying to set up a letter writing sub-group. Campaigns Families Together Joanna introduced the “Families Together” campaign – on 16th March there is to be a Private Members’ Bill to allow refugee children to join […]

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.