Action of the Month

Protect journalists who revealed abuse of gay men in Chechnya

Over a hundred men suspected of being gay have been abducted, tortured and some even killed in the southern Russian republic of Chechnya.
The Chechen government won’t admit that gay men even exist in Chechnya, let alone that they ordered what the police call 'preventive mopping up' of people they deem undesirable. We urgently need your help to call out the Chechen government on the persecution of people who are, as they put it, of 'non-traditional orientation', and urge immediate action to ensure their safety.

Please take part in this Amnesty action.

Next Group Meeting

The next group meeting will take place on Monday, 12th June 2017, at 7:30 pm in the Focus Room of the Avenue St Andrew's United Reformed Church. The meetings are public and everybody is welcome: please come and join us.

Topic of the meeting: The voices of human rights defenders: films and podcasts produced by Amnesty International to give a voice to the many people we campaign for.

For directions to the meeting venue please follow this link.

For more information about the meeting please contact us.