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Amnesty International

Nobel Peace Prize 1977 - UN Human Rights Prize 1978

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Amnesty International United Kingdom Section

Worcester Group


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Worcester Group Meetings

The Worcester Group of Amnesty International meets on the second Wednesday (usually) of each month (except August) at The Hive, the combined university and public library in the City Centre (most convenient car park is the Cattlemarket). (For the venue of any meeting see our Meetings and Events page). Do check the meetings and events page becasue we do occasionally meet at other times and in other places. Whenever possible we "Theme" evenings with videos, speakers, workshops, letter writing or other specific activities to tie in with current campaigns. Everyone is welcome whether or not you are a member of Amnesty International itself.

The Worcester Group does not have a local membership subscription as such, but we do email to those who wish it a bi-monthly NewsLetter giving details of current campaigns and events. If you wish to receive that, or would like any other information about the Worcester Group, please email for details.


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Amnesty in Worcestershire

If you live in the county but outside the immediate environs of Worcester you may be interested to note that there are other Groups in the County at Bromsgrove, Malvern, Pershore and Wyre Forest (Kidderminster). If you're in Malvern please call in at the Amnesty Bookshop at 3 Edith Walk, Great Malvern. (See the map on the current events page if you're not sure where to find Edith Walk.)
See the Meetings and Events page for details of forthcoming AI events in Worcestershire.

All the Worcestershire Groups are part of the West Midlands Region which you may wish to check for news of events and details of other groups in the region.

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Campaigns
Campaign stall in the High Street - marking the anniversary of Tiananmen Square 20 years on.
China campaign stall outside Guildhall       China campaign stall outside Guildhall
Worcester Group Current Campaigns

In July 2015 we added our Group's name to the campaign in respect of Aster Fissehatsion - an Eritrean who has simply "disappeared" i.e. had her liberty taken away by the state and no-one knows what has happened to her. Please join the campaign and sign the on-line petiton for her. Please click here for more info.
We also have topical work on issues such as Women's Rights in Afganistan. There is always occasional work as part of the campaign against the death penalty. Individual members also receive Urgent Action cases to work on.
Current campaign news about most of AIUK's main campaigns can be found on the current campaign pages.

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Other Links of Interest
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The West Midlands Blog site has news of other regional groups and events.

The International Secretariat site provides a lot of information about Amnesty generally. If you are unsure how to write to presidents and political leaders around the world, have a look at the letter writing guide.(Note - this is a bit dated but does include some useful hints and tips - and hasn't been relplaced (yet) on the new UK Section website). If you're looking for something a little more succinct then try the one page Letter Writing Hints page instead. You could also visit the old Appeals Worldwide Homepage for letter writing examples for current cases.
If you wish to check the most recent Amnesty statements on particular countries or regions please visit the Library Section of the International site for a mine of information categorised by country/region and updated on a regular basis.


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Site maintained by: Peter YatesLast updated: 10th November 2016