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September 2013 News Update – South America Region

[...] the Curvaradó and Jiguamiandó River Basin but had to leave due to death threats. Urgent action: http://amnesty.org/en/library/info/AMR23/039/2013/en Elker León Cataño is a [...]

South America News and Action Update July 2014

[...] perpetrated during past military governments. They also draw our attention to another Urgent Action on Colombia and a report by another NGO about threats to human rights defenders in Peru. They [...]

Hajras bin Saleh Urgent Action

[...] his client was the coerced ‘confessions’, but the court dismissed his complaint. This is an Urgent Action from Amnesty International. Please write letters to the addresses within the Urgent Action [...]

December 2013 News Update – South America Region

[...] to follow-up last month’s visit by members of the San Jose Peace Community; and an Urgent Action as a result of the murder of a member of a peasant farmer organisation and concern for the [...]

July 2013 News Update – South America Region

[...] ño in accordance with Venezuelan law and was herself arrested the following day. Amnesty International has consistently denounced her detention as undue political interference and arbitrary in [...]

Newsletter January 6th 2015

[...] the short notice, but on Friday, January 9th, 7pm, there will be a quiz night in aid of Amnesty International and Parkinson’s Disease Society at Arts University Bournemouth. The cost is £10, to [...]

Russian Federation

[...] Russian Federation, but fleeing from Kyrgyzstan they had little choice in where they went. Amnesty International believes the men would be at serious risk of torture and other ill-treatment and their [...]

Newsletter July 5th 2014

[...] , to ensure we are kept up to date with campaign work. Ironically, since her visit, Amnesty International has issued two Urgent Actions relating to prisoners of conscience in Cuba. Sue has [...]

Newsletter April 22nd 2014

[...] . Please come along if you possibly can. Early Summer Quiz A combination of putting on the Art Exhibition and our previous venue closing their function room meant the Spring Quiz didn’t happen. [...]

Summer Quiz 2014

[...] ” area.  But we managed to raise £157, much welcome after some of the expenses for the Art Exhibition. Thanks again to David (and May for the raffle) and to all who turned out. [...]

Art Exhibition Update

[...] but click link above for larger piece   If you are new to the whole concept of an Art Exhibition, firstly check out the Art page. Following our successful music event in 2011 we [...]

Autumn Quiz 2014

[...] or changing function. Also our Spring Quiz became a Summer Quiz this year, partly through the Art Exhibition and partly through having to find a new venue. Whilst a successful evening, numbers were a [...]

Newsletter November 9th 2014

[...] local Amnesty Group Our next meeting is Thursday, 13th November 2014 at 7.30pm at Moordown Community Centre, Bournemouth.  We are going to try and circulate an agenda prior to meetings… – [...]

Newsletter December 2nd 2014

[...] your local Amnesty Group Our next meeting is Thursday, 11th December 2014 at 7.30pm at Moordown Community Centre, Bournemouth.  As usual we focus our December meeting on sending Greetings Cards (now [...]

Newsletter October 6th 2014

[...] your local Amnesty Group Our next meeting is Thursday, 9th October 2014 at 7.30pm at Moordown Community Centre, Bournemouth. On the agenda is a discussion on Phase 2 of AIUK’s Strategic Goals [...]

Meeting 12th April 2012

[...] to bring pressure on David Cameron to sign up…. Next Meeting 10th May 2012 at Moordown Community Centre [...]

Autumn Quiz 2013

[...] ;…. picture quiz sample……. who are these 3 “wise” men? Our Autumn Quiz made £137, plus provided a nice “relaxing” evening’s entertainment. New [...]

Spring Quiz 2013

[...] something to some people! But considering we pay for the privilage of using the Barn (our Autumn Quiz venues have been free), it really was in need of some care and attention. we kept you a [...]

Amnesty Quiz Night

[...] here The winning team scored 66 out of 70. sign up for our newsletter for details of our Autumn Quiz in Poole… sadly just one bottle per winner.... “Which is the largest island [...]

Autumn Quiz 2014

[...] England opening their World Cup bid (ha!!). all squeezed into the Queen Mary Inn For this Autumn Quiz we also had a new venue – the Queen Mary Inn, West Street in Poole. Whilst aware it was a [...]

Autumn Quiz 2014

[...] Quiz this year, partly through the Art Exhibition and partly through having to find a new venue. Whilst a successful evening, numbers were a bit lower than usual – also due to the clash [...]

Newsletter December 2nd 2014

[...] our events – hopefully this is pure coincidence!  For this Autumn Quiz we also had a new venue – the Queen Mary Inn, West Street in Poole. Whilst aware it was a bit smaller than other [...]

Newsletter November 9th 2014

[...] in some way after our events – hopefully this is pure coincidence! But we now have a new venue willing to test this out. We have booked the Queen Mary Inn, West Street, Poole for our [...]

Newsletter October 6th 2014

[...] in some way after our events – hopefully this is pure coincidence! But we now have a new venue willing to test this out. We have booked the Queen Mary Inn, West Street, Poole for our [...]

Newsletter December 2nd 2014

[...] .amnesty.org.au/action/action/35932 Bric-a-Brac In the past we held many stalls at Trade Union Conferences when they visited Bournemouth, plus we had our own Garden Party.  Times have [...]

Newsletter January 6th 2015

[...] Director at Amnesty International Bric-a-Brac In the past we held many stalls at Trade Union Conferences when they visited Bournemouth, plus we had our own Garden Party.  Times have [...]

Newsletter November 9th 2014

[...] .amnesty.org.au/action/action/35932 Bric-a-Brac In the past we held many stalls at Trade Union Conferences when they visited Bournemouth, plus we had our own Garden Party.  Times have [...]

Newsletter October 6th 2014

[...] slightly less obscure than last year! Bric-a-Brac In the past we held many stalls at Trade Union Conferences when they visited Bournemouth, plus we had our own Garden Party.  Times have changed, but [...]

Metropolis Gallery is Superb Finale

[...] post about the Human Rights Art Exhibition! We have now dismantled the exhibitions at Christchurch Priory, Red House Museum, Bournemouth Library and St Peters Church. To some extent it was [...]

Red House Museum & St Peters Church

[...] Our recent blog posts have featured the launches of the Art Exhibition at Christchurch Priory and Bournemouth Library. As we are now well into the second half of the Exhibition, here is [...]

Launch of Art Exhibition part 2

[...] Two days after the successful launch at Christchurch Priory – with the Christchurch Mayor – we had a successful launch of the Bournemouth [...]

Launch of Art Exhibition

[...]   We had quite a crowd, as you can see below. Thanks to the staff of Christchurch Priory for their help in hosting the launch, and for letting us have the church as a venue. [...]

Newsletter December 2nd 2014

[...] Autumn Quiz Sally keeps order and keeps a steady flow of questions We’ve had a succession of quiz venues closing down or being refurbished in some way after our events – hopefully this is pure [...]

Newsletter November 9th 2014

[...] others – to send a card and support this event. Late Autumn Quiz We’ve had a succession of quiz venues closing down or being refurbished in some way after our events – hopefully this is pure [...]

Newsletter October 6th 2014

[...] , collections – or put money in a collection box. Late Autumn Quiz We’ve had a succession of quiz venues closing down or being refurbished in some way after our events – hopefully this is pure [...]

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September 2013 News Update – South America Region

[...] the Curvaradó and Jiguamiandó River Basin but had to leave due to death threats. Urgent action: http://amnesty.org/en/library/info/AMR23/039/2013/en Elker León Cataño is a [...]

South America News and Action Update July 2014

[...] perpetrated during past military governments. They also draw our attention to another Urgent Action on Colombia and a report by another NGO about threats to human rights defenders in Peru. They [...]

Hajras bin Saleh Urgent Action

[...] his client was the coerced ‘confessions’, but the court dismissed his complaint. This is an Urgent Action from Amnesty International. Please write letters to the addresses within the Urgent Action [...]

December 2013 News Update – South America Region

[...] to follow-up last month’s visit by members of the San Jose Peace Community; and an Urgent Action as a result of the murder of a member of a peasant farmer organisation and concern for the [...]

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