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Amnesty Norwich
ordinary people from around Norwich (Norfolk, UK) standing up for humanity and human rights
ordinary people from around Norwich (Norfolk, UK) standing up for humanity and human rights


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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.

Book your tickets today:

In order for each of these screenings to go ahead, we need to sell a minimum of 22 tickets per film by ten days before each screening.

So if you’d like to come along to any or all of these films, please be sure to book your tickets as soon as possible at:

View the full list of films showing:
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Care4Calais Collection
Saturday 9th December
11.00 - 13.00

Lloyds Bank/Norwich Market on Gentleman's Walk

Over 3,000 refugees are currently sleeping rough in Northern France, and temperatures are rapidly dropping.
There are minors as young as 13, and they have no access to clean clothes, water or shelter.

So this holiday season our goal is to provide each and every one of these refugees with a warm winter coat.

To do this we URGENTLY need your help.
We are asking each of you to look in your cupboards for a winter coat that you no longer wear and bring it to the collection point on Saturday.

Thank you

Norwich Amnesty on behalf of
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We hope to see you at our monthly meeting this Wednesday November 15th.
Below is our Agenda for this months meeting:

* Minutes of last meeting
* Campaigns
* - Release of Idil Eser (Turkey AI)
- but Taner Kilic still in prison – online email Monthly Action (JK)
* - Salidzhon Abdurakhmanov (DF)
* - BRAVE Campaign (Human Rights Defenders) (DF)
* - Refugee sub-group (JS)
* - - Leaflet;
* - - Next meeting November 29th;
* - - Parliamentary Debate - letters to MPs;
* - - Cathedral installation
* - Football welcomes 2018
* Short Paper. The Balfour Declaration and its background (DH)
* Events
* - Lowestoft College, Hewett School visit (DH)
* - Norwich UNA; 17th November, talk by Vijay Mehta “Reforming the UN for the 21st century.”
* - Christmas cards
* - Peace Vigil Dec. 2nd. 12-1pm St. Peter Mancroft Church
* - Write for Rights (Dec. 16th) 10am-3pm. St. Peter Mancroft.
* Next meeting Wednesday 20th December
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We hope to see you at our monthly meeting this Wednesday October 18th

Below is our Agenda for this months meeting:

* Welcome
* Apologies
* AOBs
* Minutes of last meeting
* Matters arising
* Monthly action - Human Rights Defenders Campaign. Tep Vanny Cambodia (JK)
* Other monthly news from AIUK (JK)
* Letter from the AIUK Chair (JK)
* Campaigns
* - Salidzhon Abdurakhmanov. This case will be the focus for next meeting
* - Human Rights Defenders BRAVE campaign updates (DY)
* - Refugee subgroup updates (JS)
* - Ban Israeli settlement goods (DY)
* - Write for Rights. Ordering material and publicity (DY)
* Events
* - Christmas cards (SM)
* - Upcoming refugee events about refugees (JS)
* - Autumn films at Cinema City (HM)
* - Peace Vigil outside St Peter Mancroft noon till 1pm, Saturday 4th November
* - Revised date for NCLS lecture, 15th November 6pm The Hostry. Tickets £10
* Letter writing session
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Join our New Refugees Sub-Group

To respond more effectively to the ongoing refugee crisis, we are setting up an Amnesty subgroup which will concentrate on this issue.

The first meeting of the group will be on Wednesday, April 12th, at 7 PM
Marzano's in The Forum, Norwich

The aim of this meeting will be to discuss strategy, planning, and venues for future meetings.

Please join us if you would like to be a part of this new venture.

You can contact the group directly via:

Best wishes,

David Huband
Norwich Amnesty
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From the worsening plight of refugees around the world to mass unlawful killings, from the vicious crackdowns on dissenting voices to the rise of hate speech across Europe and the USA, the world in 2016 became a darker and more unstable place.

Our annual report, The State of the World’s Human Rights, warns that an ‘us v them’ climate of blame, hate and fear is undermining the very foundations of universal human rights in 2016.
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The Norfolk & Norwich Festival are looking for local people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to be participants in an unique interactive performance ‘We meet in paradise’ by Berlin-based artists TheatreFragile, part of Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2017.

The Norfolk & Norwich Festival want to bring unheard voices to the centre of this interactive performance that poetically presents the complex issues of exile.

- Are you or have you been a refugee or asylum seeker?
- Do you or have you worked closely with refugees?
- Are you interested in the performing arts and storytelling?
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Our February 15th meeting starts Early at 7pm

To give everyone time to make the Border Control Play at the Norwich Arts Centre on Wednesday evening, we are starting our monthly meeting early at 7pm.

Tickets for the play are available at if you haven’t booked yet.

We look forward to seeing you for our monthly meeting.
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Members of Norwich Amnesty joined other Amnesty groups and a wide range of individuals and groups on Saturday 17th September for the “Refugees Welcome” March in London.

It was a great event, with a wide range of participants, all showing that Britain is a welcoming place for Refugees and hopefully sending a message to the government to do their part in accepting Refugees from the huge number currently living in camps across Europe after making life threatening journeys from their home countries to try for a better life.
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Can you help us on 16th July at Norwich Peace Camp?
We will have a stand at the Norwich Peace Camp on Saturday 16th July, at The Forum in Norwich.

The event is from 9am to 4pm, with lots of stalls and fun events.

Can you help at our stall?
We have spots for help throughout the day, 9am to 4pm, so if you could spare an hour or so to help on our stall we would be most grateful.

Please do get in touch letting us know what time is suitable for you via:
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