We got lots of fantastic events this term! Would be great to see you there.
Check out our Michaelmas term card!
This term Cambridge University Amnesty International Society is focusing on the BRAVE campaign. This campaign supports human rights defenders who face harassment, imprisonment and even death for standing up for human rights. Throughout the term we’ll be finding out more about the BRAVE campaign, learning about the most effective ways to campaign and creating our own campaign.
There will be a meeting every week 5-6PM on Sunday and we have a fantastic speakers’ event Protest and Privilege. There will also be lots of opportunities to socialise with a bar quiz and our termly open mic night known as Jamnesty.
Check our our Easter term card for this year!
This term Cambridge University Amnesty International are focusing on an extremely important human rights issue that often does not receive enough attention: disability rights . Through this term we will be discussing human rights issues related to disabilities, listening to some incredible speakers, and fundraising for Amnesty International UK in order to support their campaigns and work.
There will be weekly meetings for the first four weeks of term. On 2nd May join us for Jamnesty, our music fundraiser looks set to be better than ever this term with exciting new acts and venue. After the exams we will be hosting Amnestea; our annual tea party to raise money for Amnesty and celebrate the end of the year. Further details to follow.
We are SO EXCITED to share our Michaelmas 2017 term card! We have some incredible events lined up, and we cannot wait to meet all our new members!
CUAI are looking for college reps for Michaelmas and Lent 2017-2018. With the support of college reps coordinator Molly Hales, you will set up weekly letter writing sessions in your college, as well as termly fundraising events, and get involved in CUAI’s termly campaigns.
Being a college rep for CUAI is a great way to get involved in human rights and feel like you’re doing something useful, whilst also giving you the freedom to make as much of the role as you want to.
To find out more, or to let us know that your interested comment below, or email Molly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some of our members were lucky enough to go to the 2017 International Symposium on North Korean Human Rights on the 18th May! The conference focused on the state of Human Rights in North Korea currently, and on finding solutions for improving human rights.
Attending were the the All Party Parliamentary Group on North Korea, the National Human Rights Commission of Korea, and the European Alliance for Human Rights in North Korea will co-host the 2017 International Symposium on North Korean Human Rights. The conference brought together policy makers, UN representatives, politicians, North Korean exiles, academics, and members of the public. Topics of dicussion included media access in North Korea, children’s rights, and accountability.
Our chair Laura Bates, was able to attend, and took some interesting notes at the conference:
We are thrilled to present our Term Card for Easter 2017! We have some amazing events lined up for the coming weeks including a debate on Divestment in collaboration with the Cambridge Zero Carbon Society, and our ever popular Jamnesty!