AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL LOCAL GROUPS MEET IN ASHGROVE AND THE GAP Amnesty groups meet regularly in The Gap and Ashgrove to write letters advocating for the rights of political prisoners worldwide. Amnesty International provides heaps of support to letter-writing groups in the form of regular mail-outs to the group coordinators. The cases all relate in some way to the illegal detention of people around the world, ordinary people who have been protesting about human rights violations and have been imprisoned for speaking out. All the necessary background information is supplied for each case, as well as model letters that can be copied or used as a basis for your own letter. All the correct forms of salutation and postal and email addresses are also supplied. The Gap group meets on the 2nd Monday of each month at 9am. The Ashgrove group meets fortnightly at 7.00pm on Thursdays. These are friendly occasions where attendees can get ideas and support from each other to get letters written, and enjoy refreshments as well. In addition to these regular meetings, there are guest speakers and film screenings. To get further information about these activities, or the regular letter-writing, phone Di on 33001861 at The Gap and Sally on 0476006990 in Ashgrove, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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