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Find Your Amnesty Uni Group (WA Edition)

You don’t have to look too far back in history to see how instrumental students have been in social movements. From the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests, to the 2013 Black Lives Matter movement, and last year’s climate change protests, students have been at the frontline of it all.

RTXFCY9.jpg(The ‘tank man’ of Tiananmen Square. Photo: Reuters)

Whether you’re in your very first semester of uni, or your last, joining a student group like Amnesty International is one of the best ways to meet like-minded people on campus, discover your passions, and contribute to something bigger.

Connect with your uni group today and help make a difference in your world.

Curtin University 

“The Amnesty Curtin group aims to raise awareness of human rights in the local community by giving people a chance to get involved and make a difference.

We focus on a priority campaign each semester by hosting events such as stalls, movie nights and letter writing sessions.”


Murdoch University 

“The Murdoch University Action Group is all about bringing Amnesty International supporters together in the university community to share their passion for justice and defend human rights.”


University of Western Australia

“We are a group of UWA students from all faculties who care about human rights and work to promote them on campus.”


You can find some of these groups at your upcoming uni O-Week, or contact them for details of their next meet up!

Not a university student but want to get involved in defending human rights? Amnesty International WA has a range of action groups throughout WA. Click here to find a group that best suits you.

Words by Adelinah Razali

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