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.

Featured Events

MP Lobbying - the basics

Want to raise your concerns with your local MP but don't know where to start? Come along to this session and learn more

When:
Thursday September 10 2015 6:30 PM
Where:
Amnesty International Australia - NSW Office, 79 Myrtle St, Chippendale, NSW, 2008

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Recent News

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Wanted: Activist Support Volunteer (Monday or Tuesday)

  • Published on 28/08/2015

Amnesty International is looking for a dedicated individual to join our Activism Support Team! Our Activist Support Volunteers provide administrative and logistical support to our 50 community groups across the state, to help ensure they can carry out their activism effectively.

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Schools Network Outreach Team - Are you in?

  • Published on 26/08/2015

Are you interested in helping young people learn about human rights? Come join the Schools Network Outreach Team (that’s right, the SNOTs)!

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Artillery Recruitment: The Head Honchos

  • Published on 20/08/2015

We are hoping to recruit 2-4 Head Honchos to lead the Sydney Artillery team. ARTillery is all about getting local artists to push the boundaries of their art, and themselves, to shed light on the dark side of humanity through their work. ARTillery is about young people really seeing, feeling and experiencing human rights issues through performance, music and visual art.

Training Video Production Volunteer

  • Published on 20/08/2015

Amnesty International is seeking a volunteer with experience in making and producing video training materials to start on 1 October 2015, for three months.

Urgent Action News June 2015

  • Published on 29/06/2015

The latest Urgent Action news.