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English and Bilingual Groups in Japan

TOKYO :  AITEN (Amnesty International Tokyo English Network)

AITEN is the largest English-language group in Tokyo. People of many nationalities, including Japanese people, enjoy AI activity together in an informal but purposeful atmosphere.

We hold a monthly open meeting for education and letter-writing, usually on the second Tuesday of every month. Please check the website to confirm the time and venue.
You are welcome to attend without obligation.

During the year we organise a table at several of the international school festivals and similar events in the Tokyo area. We organise live music fund-raising events at What the Dickens, a pub in Ebisu, two or three times a year.
New volunteers and members are always welcome!

CONTACT US !
E-mail info@aiten.org  /  WEB www.aiten.org
Facebook http://www.facebook.com/groups/17073295569/


OSAKA : GROUP 95

Meets monthly (2nd Sunday at 4p.m. ) at The Blarney Stone (PUB) near Osaka Station (map: www.the-blarney-stone.com)

Meetings include a focus on A.I. Urgent Actions including letter-signing, our Action File (Vietnam), and our Regional Action Network (North Andean region of South America). We usually have presentations that focus on a wide range human rights and social action concerns. Group 95 has a table at several large annual Kansai community events, offers public education lectures, and has periodic fund raisers. We also like to have fun and socialize!

CONTACT US !
TEL 072-258-3560(Ms. Louise Pender)
E-mail amnesty.info.grp95@gmail.com
Facebook http://www.facebook.com/groups/9200471671/


TOKYO : GROUP 2

Meets monthly(2nd Tuesday 19:00~), at the AI Japan office. Meetings include letter-signing of our Action File(India and Vietnam), and of our anti-death penalty campaign for Vietnam. Also includes letter writing for Japan’s minister of justice asking for abolishment of death penalty in Japan.

CONTACT US !
FAX Fax: +4-7169-0971  /  E-mail psoria_minsky@yahoo.co.jp


NARA : GROUP 45

Our group has 21 people. Around Nara city we work on Amnesty International activity.We hold a monthly meeting. New menbers are always welcome !

CONTACT US !
TEL 090-4279-7388  /  E-mail m27afe234c6k46@k.vodafone.ne.jp


KAMAKURA : GROUP 103

Meets monthly (4th Sunday from 6-8)

CONTACT US !
TEL 046-824-8683(Clara Birnbaum)  /  E-mail birnbaumclara@hotmail.com


HIROSHIMA : GROUP 91

Meets monthly (2nd Saturday 19:00- )

CONTACT US !
TEL 090-3177-7336(Mr. Noma Shinji)  /  E-mail snoma@do7.enjoy.ne.jp