Who We Are
Local group 178 has been meeting in Irvine since 1979, fighting for human rights both locally and globally. Anyone is welcome to join our group. Please come to one of our meetings and find out about our work!
What We Do
At our meetings we write letters, discuss current human rights business, plan our events, and will have guest speakers or show human rights documentaries.
We meet at the Irvine United Congregational Church in Plumer Hall (the building in the back), on the last Tuesday of every month at 19:00 (7:00 P.M.).
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Dr. Sa’adey of Syria
Our current prisoner case is Dr. Michel Sa’adey who was reportedly arrested or abducted in a street in Damascus by two plain clothes individuals and has not been heard from since.
Please help us show that he is not forgotten.
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Every December, Amnesty International groups throughout the world join in a special holiday action to write letters for human rights cases and send cards to individual prisoners of conscience. Join us for our local 2014 Write 4 Rights public event on Sunday 14 December!