The Tauranga Moana group invites you to a public screening of the film “Green Death of the Forests”.
This short film encourages discussion around the state of affairs in Indonesia as the palm oil plantations raises a number of rights issues.
Amnesty International is co-presenting at a panel discussion following the screening,
Expect brain-teasers galore during a quiz night, held on Amnesty International’s birthday.
Bone-up on such topics as pop culture, music, sports, film & television, world news and our fave, "Whose Eyebrows?"
If the questions prove too tough you’re still in to win spot prizes galore.
Amnesty International’s Wellington Regional Team is hosting a pop-up shop for the Stop Torture in The Philippines campaign.
Information and actions galore, a movie screening, displays, and give away prizes.
Come along and check out Amnesty International’s campaigning and how together we can stop torture.
Newmarket Stage Company presents...
Death and the Maiden
… In association with Amnesty International.
This is a modern classic, a thriller of extraordinary power that embodies themes of torture and is about a former political prisoner who has been abused by her captors.
The production is directed by John Callen and stars New Zealand arts laureate George Henare with Tatiana Hotere and Edwin Wright.
We’re a group writing letters that saves lives and sets prisoners of conscience free.
We’re committed to ending grave human rights abuses through our activism and would love you to join us.
Please bring your own writing materials (either paper or electronic) . We’ll provide the cases and knowledge of best practice letter writing skills we’re keen to share.
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