Page 5, 8th December 1978

8th December 1978
Page 5
Page 5, 8th December 1978 — How to join the struggle for human rights
Close

Report an error

Noticed an error on this page?
If you've noticed an error in this article please click here to report it.

Tags


Share


Related articles

Start Off By Posting Letters Of Protest

Page 5 from 7th March 1980

There Are Numerous Ways In Which We All Can Fight

Page 5 from 8th December 1978

Bishop May Leave Amnesty Over Abortion Stand

Page 3 from 28th April 2006

Us Bishops Appeal To Amnesty On Abortion

Page 5 from 1st December 2006

Lent With St Benedict

Page 9 from 3rd March 2006

How to join the struggle for human rights

parish with another in the Third w orm.

* Write to and go and see your MP on current human rights issues.

Amnesty International, 8-14 Southampton Street, London WC2. Telephone 01-836 5621.

Amnesty works for the release of prisoners of conscience, opposes the use of torture and the death penalty, advocates fair and early trials for all political prisoners detained without charge or trial.

How to join:

As an individual member by paying £5 a year (£2.50 for pensioners and students). Every two months you will receive the newspaper "British Amnesty documenting the case history of six prisoners and details or action you can take on their behalf.

As a member of an affiliated group. Affiliated groups take part in campaigns through material available to the general public. Groups pay a minimum annual subscription of £7.00.

Catholic Institute for International Relations, 1 Cambridge Terrace, London NW I. Telephone 01-487 4431.

A development and human rights agency with strong links in Latin America and Southern Africa.

Minimum individual annual subscription £3.50.

Catholic Commission for International Justice and Peace, 38-40 Eccleston Square, London SW1. Telephone 01-834 5138.

A commission set up to advise the bishops of England and Wales on matters of international justice and peace.

It is not possible to join the national commission but there are both diocesan and local groups.

Keston College, Heathfield Road, Keston, Kent. Telephone Farnborough 50116.

A research and study centre, which studies the state of religious communities in the Soviet Union and East European countries ruled by communist governments.

Pax Christi, Blackfriars Hall, Southampton Road, London NW5. Telephone 01-485 7977.

Activities include work to raise awareness about prisoners of conscience.

How to join. Individual membership £2 a year.




blog comments powered by Disqus