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Amnesty International Canada

Atlantic Office

Contact Information
Office Phone 902-479-2222
Toll Free Phone 1-800-AMNESTY
After Hours Phone Voice mail 902-479-2222 or 1-800-AMNESTY in Ottawa
E-Mail maritimes@amnesty.ca
Website www.amnesty.ca
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/AmnestyMaritimes/
Twitter Twitter: twitter.com/AmnestyByTheSea
Primary Contact Ailish Morgan-Welden, Activism Coordinator-Atlantic Canada, Amnesty International Canada; Phone: 902-479-2222; Email: AMorgan-Welden@amnesty.ca
Mailing Address c/o Evelien VanderKloet 
2099 Gottingen St, Ste 204 
Halifax, NS B3K 2B2
Description & Services
Cross Reference Atlantic Office
Description of service(s) Amnesty International Canada is a worldwide movement dedicated to the protection and promotion of human rights. We are building a world in which every person enjoys the rights included in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international human rights standards. Contact us for volunteer opportunities and programs in the Atlantic region.
Areas Served New Brunswick ; Newfoundland and Labrador ; Nova Scotia ; Prince Edward Island
Languages English ; French - info@amnistie.qc.ca or 1-800-565-9766
Fees Donation - For membership. ; Suggested minimum annual donation of $35, or $15 for students and those on fixed incomes.
Location information
Located In Community Halifax
Address & Map
2099 Gottingen St, Sts 204
Halifax, NS B3K 2B2
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Intersection Gottingen & Cornwallis
Accessibility Partially Accessible - Partially accessible - Stair case. Call for assistance. ; ***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please contact the organization before arrival***
Other Details
Service Level (51) Registered Charity
Meetings Held in Hampton and Fredericton, NB and in Halifax, Pubnico, Yarmouth, Oakfield, NS, and Charlottetown PEI. Contact evanderkloet@amnesty.ca for more information.
Print Material Nova Scotia/New Brunswick e-newsletter 
Amnesty E-News  
Rights! Now (biannual magazine) 
Annual Review 
The Activist Magazine (monthly magazine)
Designated Day/Week/Month/ Events Events include meetings, film nights and festivals, concerts, speakers, workshops, meet and greets and annual regional conference.
Service Categories International Human Rights Programs

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