Following the release of Amnesty International’s report into the use of chemical weapons against civilians in Darfur, Amnesty International’s Western Australian Branch in collaboration with the Sudanese community will hold a vigil in Forrest chase to highlight the ongoing abuse.

Greg Stitt will be speaking on behalf of Amnesty International, and will be joined by Greens and Labor politicians calling on the the Sudanese authorities to cease these human rights violations, and to ensure that peacekeepers and humanitarian agencies are allowed to access remote areas of Darfur.

Join us in Forest Chase at noon this Sunday the 6th of November.

Group of people huddled in a cave


Forrest Chase

200 Murray St, Perth, Western Australia, Australia


November 6, 2016

12:00 pm