2018 Impact & Learning Standards
How does human rights change happen? How do we, as a global organisation with millions of supporters and activists, contribute to it? And how can we continually learn from our work and increase our impact? Being able to answer these questions and to generate the knowledge needed to adapt our strategies in an ever-changing external environment is a key ambition of our impact and learning system. This document provides an overview of our impact & learning minimum standards. These are the practices that we expect every member of staff at Amnesty International to follow in their day to day work.
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- Equatorial Guinea missed the opportunity to accept key human rights recommendations at the UN review
- Ethiopia: University lecturer must be released: Firew Bekele
- Oral statement by 20 NGOs to HRC42 expressing support for the Coordination Committee’s process to strengthen the work of the Special Procedures