Amnesty International USA Group 19

Palo Alto, California

Group 19 is the Amnesty International volunteer chapter for the San Francisco Mid-Peninsula area and one of the strongest, most successful Amnesty groups in the country. We engage in casework and campaigns; we educate the community on human rights concerns; we raise thousands of dollars to support our work and the international movement. With your participation Group 19 would be an even more powerful force for human rights. Join us!

Please visit Group 19's Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/AIUSAGroup19


More About Us

Come to Our Meetings!
We would be happy to have you as part of our group. We meet each month, often on second Tuesday or Sunday of each month, at Philz Cafe in downtown Palo Alto (101 Forest Avenue). Email group19 at(@) aivol.org for details of the next meeting.
How Group 19 works
How our group is organized and how we go about doing human right work in our community (and see a picture of us)

 
Tabling

Every month we table at a public place in Palo Alto, Mountain View, or Menlo Park. If you see us, please come by, sign a petition or two, and introduce yourself.
 
Group 19's action files and campaigns
 
How to contact Group 19
Send an email message to group19 -at- aivol.org, where '-at-' is the '@' symbol
Group 19 newsletter
If you want to receive Group 19's newsletter by email, send an email to "aiusa-group19+subscribe@googlegroups.com".

New Member Introduction Packet
History of Group 19
A short history of how Group 19 got started, our past successes, and some of the colorful personalities

More About Amnesty International and Human Rights

Amnesty International On-line
The official Amnesty International web site
Amnesty International USA
The official Amnesty International USA web site
How to join AIUSA
Different ways of becoming a member of AIUSA
SF Area AI Groups
Listing of contact information for the local groups in the San Francisco Bay area.
SF Area Amnesty Calendar
Listing of Amnesty events and meeting information for the local groups in the San Francisco Bay area.
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
English version
Tigrinya version
In language of your choice
Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch site that contains summaries of their reports
Derechos
Mike Katz and Margarita Lacabe's human rights information site
State Department Human Rights Practices Reports
Country-by-country detailed descriptions of human right practices around the world
 

Last changed May 13, 2012