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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March in the Mardi Gras Parade with Amnesty International

  • Published on 9/02/2016

Love human rights? Interested in marching in the Mardi Gras Parade? Then why not join the Amnesty NSW LGBTQI Network at the parade this year on March 5 (Saturday)!

To march along with us, we currently charge $40 (for waged people) and $25 (for unwaged people). HOWEVER, you can get a discount of up to $25 if you volunteer your time to us before March 5 or on the actual big day itself! Click to the webpage to find out more.

Open recruitment: Meaningful Movies Coordinator (Volunteer)

  • Published on 19/01/2016

Amnesty International NSW is recruiting two new Meaningful Movies Coordinators to run our monthly film program. If you are passionate about films and human rights, this role could be for you!

Activist Interview: Magda Kostrzewa

  • Published on 18/01/2016

Ever wanted to know what it would feel like to become part of an Amnesty International Local Action Group? Magda Kostrzewa shares her story about what lead her to take action and join her local St George Action Group.

Refugee and Asylum Seeker Rights Symposium:  An Artistic and Political Platform Opposing Oppression

  • Published on 7/01/2016

Report of the Refugee and Asylum Seeker Rights Rights Symposium on 16 October 2015

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NSW University Group Organiser

  • Published on 2/11/2015

Amnesty NSW is recruiting two University Group Organisers for 2016. This is a fantastic opportunity to support youth activism within our Amnesty campus groups and across NSW.