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Amnesty International

Amnesty International is a Nobel Peace-Prize winning grassroots activist organization that has played a vital role in virtually every major advance in the field of human rights for more than fifty years. Whether it’s establishing a global norm against torture, creating the International Criminal Court, strengthening public opposition to the death penalty, enacting groundbreaking treaties to prohibit illicit arms sales and use of child soldiers, or working to end violence against women, Amnesty’s contributions and leadership have been indispensable to human rights progress.

Every day around the world, someone is directly impacted by our work. The accused are given a fair trial; prisoners are saved from execution; detainees are no longer tortured. Wherever repressive governments or others commit crimes against humanity, we seek and expose the truth and demand justice.
This vibrant, global movement of more than three million members and supporters in more than 150 countries and territories works every day to defend universal human rights.
Through a combination of signature tactics—groundbreaking research, high-level advocacy and media work, movement-building activities, grassroots campaigning and collective citizen action—Amnesty International saves lives, shapes policy, and campaigns for laws to strengthen human rights protections. We do so impartially and independently, with no political, religious, or economic affiliation.

YOU CAN MAKE THE DIFFERENCE

Join Amnesty International as a member, take action on one of our human rights campaigns, or make a financial contribution at www.amnestyusa.org. If you would like to become involved locally, please contact our San Francisco office at 415-288-1800 or aiusasf@aiusa.org

A 1961 Observer article by Peter Benenson highlighting the plight of those jailed for peacefully expressing their beliefs sparked the global movement that would become Amnesty International

A 1961 Observer article by Peter Benenson highlighting the plight of those jailed for peacefully expressing their beliefs sparked the global movement that would become Amnesty International

Join us December 16, 2014 at Credo for the Amnesty International Credo Community Partners Night where a portion of the sales that night are donated back to Amnesty International.

COMMUNITY PARTNER COCKTAIL AND APPETIZER

Off the Record- Evan Williams Bourbon, persimmon puree, amaro averna and lemon
Semolina Fried Oysters- with fennel salad and sauce gribiche

$2 of each cocktail or appetixer ordered during the month of December is donated back to Amnesty International