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    Human Rights Organisations
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About Amnesty International UK

What is it like to work for Amnesty International UK

Giving Something Back
Giving Something Back
In Amnesty International UK each team has an environmental champion or dedicated ‘green team’ responsible for driving their efforts to reduce their impact on the environment. They monitor the organisation’s impact on the environment by Facilities Management and outcomes are fed back to staff regularly, calculate their carbon footprint and ensure everyone adheres to the Environment Policy Statement. Paper is turned into scrap books and recycled where possible. Batteries, cartridges, food waste and plastic are recycled. Amnesty International UK have an Environment Policy statement, mark Environment Day, they offer season ticket loans, bike loans, have bike sheds in the car park and there are showers in the building. Staff need to have Directors’ permission if they need to travel by air. They use video conferencing facilities, source local suppliers and consolidate suppliers to reduce deliveries. They started to measure their environmental impact last year and they will use the GRI (Global Reporting Initiative), a sustainability reporting framework, as one of the reporting frameworks for their report. Amnesty International UK is pleased to be a part of the community and they are looking to develop work placements for local schools.
My Company
My Company
Amnesty International UK values staff opinions and they are a democratic organisation. There are no barriers between grades, so if you are in a B Grade role you can move to a D Grade role if you can do the job. AIUK isn't a hierarchal organisation.
Fair Deal
Fair Deal
Amnesty International UK offers excellent benefits to all staff especially maternity benefits and flexible working. Staff have a lot of autonomy over their work. Amnesty International UK is a fantastic environment to work in and friendly. AIUK is flexible with the work and there is a lot of variety within roles.

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