Queensland and Northern New South Wales
Amnesty International is a worldwide movement of people campaigning to protect human rights. Our impact on human rights is only made possible by the hard work and energy of our passionate volunteers and supporters. Amnesty International in QLD/NNSW encourages people to get involved with defending and protecting human rights in their local area.
In QLD and Northern NSW 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, volunteer at events or help us out at the Action Centre, there are many ways in which you can help us defend human rights at Amnesty International.
Magda Community Artz will hold a tribute to folk icon and activist Joan Baez, a beacon of hope and a voice of courage throughout her 60 year career. She is a dynamic and reassuring stimulus for many of our finest local musicians, many of whom will be performing.
Action groups in Queensland have been working hard as part of our Community is Everything campaign, and taking action on important justice reforms which will improve the lives of kids in Queensland.
Gold Coast group co-convenor recently went to Canberra to be a part of the launch of the Community is Everything campaign. Here is her report.
Brisbane media intern Steph Gray writes about her childhood and compares it with those of children in detention centres.
On the third Wednesday of every month Amnesty holds a free screening of a documentary as a part of our monthly Meaningful Movies.
QLD/NNSW Action Centre
24 Chermside Street Newstead QLD 4006 Australia
Phone: 07 3136 6400
Fax: 07 3216 0235
We have having some issues with the phones at the moment, please call 1300 300 920.
PO Box 1061
Fortitude Valley QLD 4006 Australia