English and Bilingual Groups in Japan

TOKYO:AITEN(Amnesty International Tokyo English Network)

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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. Please check our website to confirm the time and venue.
You are welcome to attend without obligation.

During the year we attend several of the international school festivals in the Tokyo area.
We hold a monthly pub quiz at The Hobgoblin in Shibuya, and occasional live music fund-raising events at What the Dickens, a pub in Ebisu.

New volunteers and members are always welcome!

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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.

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KAMAKURA : GROUP 103

Meets monthly(4th Sunday from 6-8)

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HIROSHIMA : GROUP 91

Meets monthly(2nd Saturday 19:00- )

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Osaka Multicultural : GROUP 95

G95 is the only English-language group in Osaka. The group consists of a diverse set of people of various ages, nationalities, experiences and interests who enjoy discussions on a variety of topics ranging from Human Rights issues to Advocacy and Outreach. One of our primary goals at G95 is to encourage young people to get more involved with Human Rights work. The group holds monthly meetings to discuss human rights, advocacy and cultural differences, and hopes to expand to organising events in the future.

If you're interested in any of our activities, please feel free to contact us:
Email: amnestyosaka@gmail.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/amnestyosaka
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AmnestyOsaka
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amnesty_osaka/