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- Immigration tweaks challenged at public meeting 1st May
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- Auckland church providing sanctuary for Indian students 6th February
A group in our congregation is working with Amnesty International’s (AI) “Urgent action campaign”.
An “Urgent action” is initiated when an individual is in immediate danger of human rights violations. A I then mobilises a dedicated group of letter writers to take action in the form of letters, email or fax. The letters ask that officials improve human rights of the situation of the individual.
Amnesty International New Zealand is a part of the Amnesty International network, an international nonprofit organisation working to end human rights abuses. It is one of more than 80 nationally organised sections of the global Amnesty movement.