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Thank you for considering joining Amnesty International Society!

Amnesty International is a movement of over 8 million people around the globe standing up for Human Rights with the purpose of supporting and campaigning for people wherever justice, fairness, freedom, and truth are denied. 

As a student group, we represent and support the Amnesty International movement and campaigns on our campus and in our communities, raising awareness on issues both abroad and in the UK via panel discussions, film screening, debates, workshops and seminars, inviting external speakers, and much more.



Let's Talk About Yes

This is a Europe-wide campaign aiming to raise awareness about sexual consent. With this campaign, we will lobby the university to provide consent training for new students, invite guest speakers to give talks around the topic, and do fundraising events for related charities and organisations. Get involved!

Find out more about the campaign here

Give us your opinion on consent training.


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We do believe we are stronger together and we would love you to join this Human Rights movement.

Join the team! We need someone to help us manage our social media and create posts. Email us for more info. 

Email us if you have any questions and visit our Website or Instagram to know more.

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Harglenis Building

166-220 Holloway Road

London, UK

N7 8DB

United Kingdom

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Old Castle Street

London, UK

E1 7NT

United Kingdom

Opening Hours

Mondays to Fridays: 10am-5pm

The Students' Union is physically closed for Summer, if you want to contact us please e-mail or leave us an answerphone message on 020 7133 4171. E-mails will be picked up quicker by the team than answerphone messages.