Amnesty International (AI)
1961-05-28 London UK
28 May 1961, London (UK), when launched by British lawyer Peter Benenson. Statutes most recently amended 2001, Dakar (Senegal).
Undertake research and action focused on preventing and ending grave abuses of the rights to physical and mental integrity, freedom of conscience and expression and freedom from discrimination within the context of work to promote human rights; oppose abuses by opposing groups, including hostage-taking, torture and killing of prisoners and other deliberate and arbitrary killings.
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International Council (meeting every 2 years). International Board (IB) of 9 members elected every 2 years. Sections; Local Groups. International Secretariat. Regional organization: E-XE3084 - Amnesty International - European Institutions Office.
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