Who works with us

U2

U2 have supported Amnesty International throughout their career. Their worldwide 360º tour will have been seen by over seven million people in 30 countries by July 2011.  Our volunteers have been to every single show, inviting fans to join our Demand Dignity campaign against global poverty.

See U2 toasting Amnesty International’s 50th anniversary here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9CDwzW43NQ4

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Photographer: Thomas Birkett


Moby

Moby is an award-winning DJ, singer-songwriter and musician. He is also a long-term Amnesty International supporter. Hear what he has to say about us here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVnqHDnD8ns&feature=player_embedded

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Photographer: Leo Cackett


Bombay Bicycle Club

British band Bombay Bicycle Club won the Best New Band award at the 2010 NME awards. Their third album is due for release in late 2011. The band supports our campaign for freedom of expression.

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Photographer: Bernd Ott


Femi Kuti

Femi Kuti is a Nigerian musician. He supports our campaign to clean up oil spills in the Niger Delta.

“My father, Fela Kuti, was released from prison [in Nigeria] in 1986, after Amnesty International took him on as a prisoner of conscience. So I am one of the thousands of people whose life has been directly affected by Amnesty’s work.”

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Photographer: Leo Cackett


Clock Opera

Clock Opera is a four-piece live and electronic act from London with a reputation for cerebral, original music. Clock Opera and their label, Moshi Moshi Records, are supporting Amnesty International’s 50th anniversary campaign.

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Peter Gabriel

Peter is a British singer, musician and songwriter who rose to fame as the lead vocalist of the rock group Genesis.  He has supported Amnesty International for decades, and recorded this message for our 50th anniversary in May 2011: http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=10150195481667326&oid=125499812722&comments

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Faithless

This British electronica and dance act has sold over 15 million records worldwide. Their albums include Outrospective, Sunday 8pm and Reverence. The band supports our campaign for freedom of expression.

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Photographer: Thomas Birkett


Bob Geldof

Bob is a singer, songwriter, author, occasional actor, entrepreneur and political activist.  He has supported Amnesty International for many years – his first benefit show performance was at our Secret Policeman’s Ball in 1981.

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