New South Wales

Amnesty International in New South Wales encourages people to get involved with defending and protecting human rights in their local area.

In New South Wales there are thousands of supporters working in different ways to defend human rights. Whether you want to join one of our action groups or networks, come along to an event or volunteer at the NSW Action Centre, you can get involved and help us defend human rights.

Recent News

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Wanted Admin Volunteer

Wanted: Administrative Support Volunteer

  • Published on 8/06/2016

Amnesty International NSW is currently seeking an enthusiastic Administrative Support Volunteer to join the office team. Would suit someone with office administration experience. Recent retirees with the right skills are encouraged to send an expression of interest!

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Activist Support Volunteer Wanted

Recruiting: Activist Support Volunteer

  • Published on 20/05/2016

Are you interested in making a difference or an impact to human rights? Amnesty International NSW is recruiting an Activist Support Volunteer for Mondays/Tuesdays/Wednesdays/Fridays. This is an excellent opportunity to support activism at Amnesty from the grassroots level and gain experience volunteering in a human rights non-government organisation.

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NSW Refugee Network seeks Motivated Leaders

  • Published on 11/05/2016

The NSW Refugee Network for Amnesty International Australia is looking for motivated leaders who are willing to go above and beyond to inform, empower, and activate their wider communities.

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Innovation the Amnesty Way

  • Published on 7/05/2016

Have a creative and exciting human rights project in mind but require financial assistance? Then check out our Human Rights Innovation Fund for the opportunity to receive funding of up to $8,000!

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Amnesty International Art Exhibition

Amnesty at VIVID IDEAS: Calling all artists!

  • Published on 24/03/2016

Are you an artist with a passion in social justice and human rights? Do you believe your art work can contribute to building a community consciousness about some of the most pressing social issues in our society today? If yes, read on!