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Wednesday 14 March 201818.00

The AGM will take place on Wednesday 14th March @ 6pm and is open to everyone (but please make sure you have bought membership first!). Even if you are not applying for a role yourself, all members, including Anti-Slavery and Journal teams, are welcome to come along and vote. Afterwards, we will be heading out for a celebratory dinner!

***If you have any queries please email club president who will be more than happy to help with any questions!***

For now, find below a brief description of the different positions and also a link to the agenda. 

Committee roles


The President organises speakers and events, books rooms, co-ordinates the committee and facilitates meetings. The President is responsible for the overall running of the society and contact with the union. You will have lots of advice from the union and have regular contact with Amnesty International.

Vice President

The Vice-President will aid in all of the tasks of the President, such as facilitating events with other UCL societies' and the other London Amnesty groups, also aiding in the running of campaigns and in communications with the society members.


The Treasurer is in charge of the society's finances and reimbursing any expenses a society member makes for an event (buying snacks for film screenings, materials for written campaigns, etc.). 

General Secretary

The General Secretary will help organise events throughout the year  and responsible for taking minutes from weekly meetings and writing weekly events so that everyone is kept well-informed. 

Campaigns and Fundraising Officers (x2)

The Campaigns and Fundraising Officers will be responsible for helping to choose and manage whichever campaigns the society is running that year, they will choose one campaign to run throughout the year by themselves. They will also be responsible for facilitating fundraising where necessary.

Publicity Officers (x1)

Publicity Officers are in charge of all social media and promoting/publicising events run by the society, also responsible for managing the publicity of the Journal and for other sub-campaigns within Amnesty (the Anti-Slavery team for example). Publicity Officers are also responsible for creating Facebook events and for designing publicity materials for actions.

Outreach Officer (x1)

The Outreach Officer is in charge of the Outreach programme, in which the society runs workshops in local schools enabling pupils to learn about human rights and become more involved with Amnesty campaigns. The Outreach officer will be responsible for organising and enlisting volunteers for the program and designing activities -alongside the volunteers- to undertake in the school.