Join us on Saturday for a day of human rights education and action!

Posted: February 10, 2011 in Uncategorized
Amnesty G48 February Meeting: Tears of the Flood in Pakistan

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WHERE: Amnesty International Korea Office,3rd Fl. Geumag Bldg., 454-3, Hapjeong-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul.
WHEN: Saturday, Feb 12, 2 – 4pm
WHAT: A talk on a global approach for the rehabilitation of flood victims in Pakistan. Although rarely in the news these days, the effects of the floods are still being felt by a large number of people. As a result of the flood, a fifth of the country was covered in water, affecting approximately 20 million people and “partially or wholly destroying more than 1.6 million homes and causing approximately $10bn of direct and indirect losses” according to Oxfam. We will hear from the President of Pride Foundation, Mr. Pardeep Kumar, and also talk about ways that we can be of help to those affected.
Demonstrate in Solidarity & in Defiance! Global Day of Action for Egypt
WHERE: Wonpyo Park, Sejongno, Seoul (near Gwanghwamun Station, Exit 6)
WHEN: Saturday, Feb 12, 2011 from 5pm
WHY: We stand in Solidarity with the people of Egypt and the wider Middle East and North Africa in their demands for an end to repression, for their freedom, their basic human rights and immediate reforms.  We stand in Defiance against all those who try to suppress the growing movement of people standing up for their rights, facing down injustice and offering hope for a better world.
WHO: This event is being organised by Amnesty International all over the world. Everyone is welcome to join our G48 group.
HOW: Turn up and show your solidarity with those exercising their basic rights in Egypt!
Any problems find either of the events, call Tom on 010 6379 2273.

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