Finances and Pay
Who finances Amnesty International's work?
The overwhelming majority of our income comes from individuals the world over.
These personal and unaffiliated donations allow Amnesty International (AI) to maintain full independence from any and all governments, political ideologies, economic interests or religions.
We neither seek nor accept any funds for human rights research from governments or political parties and we accept support only from businesses that have been carefully vetted.
By way of ethical fundraising leading to donations from individuals, we are able to stand firm and unwavering in our defence of universal and indivisible human rights.
The global Amnesty movement is made up of a network of national sections and the International Secretariat.
Global Financial Reports
The results presented here are a consolidation of the individual results of each Amnesty International country operation. They are separately audited and published in compliance with the legal requirements of the relevant jurisdiction.
This report shows information for the global movement as a whole. Ratios and measures will be different for specific country offices. Further information on a particular country operation can be found in the relevant audited accounts. Contact details for each country can be found here.
International Secretariat Financial Reports
Financial Reports and Accounts
The work carried out through AI's International Secretariat is organised into two legal entities, in compliance with United Kingdom law. These are Amnesty International Limited ("AIL") and Amnesty International Charity Limited ("AICL").
The audited financial statements cover the operation of the International Secretariat working through the two entities.
The vast majority of AIL income comes from Amnesty entities around the world.
Pay at Amnesty International
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