A new global vision for Amnesty International
The global Amnesty International movement is developing its next vision and strategy. We need your input to ensure that the strengths and ideas of our movement in Australia are both reflected and influential in deciding Amnesty’s global direction.
“The most striking feature of the world we live in is its complexity. Nobody can truly understand the global economy, and trends such as rapid urbanisation, global hyper-connectivity, migration patterns, the exponential development of technologies, and deep shifts in the nature of work, are creating complex social and political dynamics which can scarcely be mapped, much less analysed”
Kumi Naidoo, Secretary General, Amnesty International
If you want to know more and all the details watch this video from the activist webinar presented by Katerina Barbour A/Chair, International Issues Committee and NSW Regional Representative & Sarah Gooderham, Movement Manager AIA.
We want your ideas, insights and experience to make us stronger and more effective in protecting human rights – for everyone!
Your input will form the basis of AIA’s submission to the global movement. You have until the 17th of July to provide your input by any of the methods listed below.
There are three ways you can get involved in this process and have your say-
- Complete this survey. The survey focuses on these six key areas-
2. Facilitate a conversation- Get together with activists in your region and share ideas together about #NextStrategy
We’ve created a toolkit to give you some inspiration and ideas on brainstorming activities you might us to engage other activists- encourage them to think big! Please provide your feedback in note form.
3. Attend a consultation workshop run online by AIA’s International Issues Committee.
Several consultative sessions will be running over the coming weeks, follow the link below to advise your availability and preferred session.
For more information about #NextStrategy and AI’s new global vision, please contact Movement Manager Sarah Gooderham at firstname.lastname@example.org