Join this Thursday's Group AGM and group vote discussion for AIUK AGM
Dear <<First Name>>,

Join the Amnesty Cambridge City Group's AGM this Thursday 11th April, 7:30pm at the Jesus Lane Friends' Meeting House

At this meeting we will discuss and decide on the group vote for Amnesty UK's AGM. The UK AGM takes place in Nottingham on 13 & 14 April.and the resolutions that will be voted on can be found here. More details about the AIUK AGM can be found here: . 

In addition, we will be holding the group's own AGM, including the election of new committee members. Nominations are invited for all positions, including chair, secretary, treasurer, internet officer, media officer and committee members.

Amnesty can only work through its members. Please do come along - even if you are not a regular attender - see what we are doing and, if you choose to, continue to join us occasionally, work through a group or contribute through the committee.

Looking forward to seeing you on Thursday!

Best wishes,

Liesbeth ten Ham
on behalf of the Amnesty International Cambridge City Group
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She is being treated awfully in prison. When she was first arrested she was thrown into solitary confinement. She has also been refused medical care and has been forced to go on hunger strike.

Nazanin is under the diplomatic protection of the UK. Iran must release her immediately. Help get her home by signing our petition.

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Join a subgroup and campaign together for humanity and human rights

Are you passionate about a particular issue, or would like to learn more about an area of our work? Come along to one of our subgroup meetings which focus on key Amnesty International campaigns.

LGBTI - Love is a Human Right
From the UK to Uganda, we're taking action to challenge discrimination targeted at people for their sexual orientation or gender identity. If you want to step up and speak out against the hate, then join our letter writing and other events. For more information, please e-mail

Stop Torture Campaign / Truth for Giulio Regeni
The Cambridge City Group runs an active sub-group which campaigns to Stop Torture and for Truth for Giulio Regeni, the Cambridge PhD student whose tortured body was found on 3rd February 2016 near Cairo. If you'd like to get involved, either with letter writing at home or help organise events in Cambridge, please contact Sue Woodsford,

Human Rights in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories
The Israel and Occupied Palestinian Territories subgroup works on human rights abuses suffered by people who live in this problematic area of the world. We sometimes write letters on behalf of individuals, for example, human rights defenders who are punished for their activities, and sometimes we address problems experienced by whole communities, like those whose land and homes are threatened by illegal settlements. If you would like to join, please contact Pam Manning,



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