PUBLIC SECTOR: Amnesty seeks campaigns co-ordinator

Amnesty International’s director of campaigns in the UK, Fiona Weir, is on the hunt for a new campaigns co-ordinator after losing Robert Beasley to the Food Standards Agency at the end of the summer. The role is a key one within the UK campaigns team, which sits separately from the ten-strong communications team, and devises strategy across the human rights charity’s campaigns. Beasley co-ordinated the campaign which brought the official abolition of the UK death penalty during peace time in May 1998. Proposed campaigns for next year include the use of under 18-year-olds in the UK armed forces and torture in Saudi Arabia.

Amnesty International’s director of campaigns in the UK, Fiona

Weir, is on the hunt for a new campaigns co-ordinator after losing

Robert Beasley to the Food Standards Agency at the end of the summer.

The role is a key one within the UK campaigns team, which sits

separately from the ten-strong communications team, and devises strategy

across the human rights charity’s campaigns. Beasley co-ordinated the

campaign which brought the official abolition of the UK death penalty

during peace time in May 1998. Proposed campaigns for next year include

the use of under 18-year-olds in the UK armed forces and torture in

Saudi Arabia.



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