Across Canada, Amnesty supporters in various volunteer positions use their skills and experience to promote human rights. The rewards of spending your time and energy on this work are immensely satisfying. Amnesty Canada provides training and support for all volunteer roles.
Here are the current options for volunteering, from letter writing and helping at public events to starting a new Amnesty group or taking on a volunteer leadership role. Think about where you’d like to begin and make your selection at the bottom of this page. You can always explore other roles as you become more familiar with our campaigns and actions and who else is involved with Amnesty in your community. Please note that during the pandemic our response time may be longer than usual.
Great places to start:
Join or start a community group
Our community groups are part of what makes Amnesty an effective grassroots organization. They help to ensure that Canada is a country that speaks out for the human rights of everyone. There are more than 75 community groups and specialized teams across Canada, always looking for new members to help with letter writing, planning events, and public speaking.Join our Lobby Team:
Gender Rights Specialized Team
This team brings together Amnesty International volunteer activists from across Canada to advance gender rights in Canada and around the world. The team members meet virtually to learn, discuss, share, strategize, collaborate, and take action in support of gender rights! This group organized by and for Amnesty International supporters, is a space to connect with like minded individuals and collectively take action.