We are Amnesty International UK. We work to protect people wherever justice, freedom, truth and dignity are denied.
A global movement of over seven million people, Amnesty International is the world's largest grassroots human rights organisation.
We investigate and expose abuses, educate and mobilise the public, and help transform societies to create a safer, more just world. We received the Nobel Peace Prize for our life-saving work.
When you choose to shop with Amnesty Shop you are joining Amnesty International UK in the fight against injustice and working to defend human rights for all. The Amnesty Shop is managed in partnership between Amnesty International and Spark etail.
We know that you value ethical shopping, so we have carefully chosen a wide range of fair and sustainably sourced items. Your purchase supports many community projects, fairtrade co-operatives and environmental initiatives, at the same time raising vitally needed funds for Amnesty International UK. Human Rights is at the heart of all we do, you can read more about our ethical buying policy.
Amnesty International UK Section receive all wholesale profits from Amnesty products (t-shirts, merchandise, Christmas cards, calendars, diaries).
In addition, 5% of revenue of all goods sold goes to Amnesty International UK Section. Your order is processed by Spark etail and they bear all the costs of stock and managing the Amnesty Shop.
When you donate with your order 100% of your gift goes directly to Amnesty International UK Section Charitable Trust.
Amnesty International UK is composed of two distinct but related legal entities. These are:
1. Amnesty International United Kingdom Section is a company registered in England and Wales (no.01735872) and is responsible for the bulk of our campaigning, education and advocacy work in the UK.
2. Amnesty International UK Section Charitable Trust is a charity registered in England and Wales (no 1051681) and in Scotland (no SCO39534) and a registered company (no 03139939). The Trust funds our UK and global activities to promote human rights. Funds raised for the Trust may only be spent on human rights work that the Charity Commission regards as charitable under UK law.
Amnesty International UK is committed to the highest standards in fundraising. Read our promise to you: amnesty.org.uk/promise