The WA Branch of Amnesty International was founded in 1968. We currently have just over 1,000 members. We are a branch of Amnesty International Australia, the largest section of Amnesty International in the southern hemisphere. The WA Regional team includes volunteers, activists and staff. We have people from a diverse range of backgrounds and ages, with lots of different skills and talents to assist in defending and protecting human rights in our local area. We always welcome enthusiastic people to join us. Come along to WA Action Centre or email us at [email protected].
On Thursday 11 June 2015, Amnesty WA launched the 'Community is Everything' campaign at the Perth Town Hall.
Have you found yourself being shocked by recent world events but then turned a blind eye and thought "what can I possibly do?"
Some problems seem overwhelming but true change starts at home.
Why not bring about positive change in your community by joining a local group.
The Mount Lawley group is looking for new group members to join them in the universal fight for human rights.
Supporters braved the heat at the Perth's largest street festival and supported Amnesty's Write for Rights Campaign.
The Western Suburbs action group is looking for new members!