Working at Amnesty International

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2.3
Career development
3.3
Work life balance
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Management

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Refugee Casework

'Passionate people in an energetic space, with amazing support'

Chippendale, New South Wales, Australia — 6 months ago

The good things

The environment is amazing, full of passionate and dedicated people. Enthusiasm is everywhere.

The challenges

Confronting issues to do with human rights abuses, which can cause vicarious trauma. However, this is so well managed through supervision and accidental counselling train...

Merchandise Manager

'Good money, bad people'

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia — 1 year ago

The good things

None

The challenges

Working with a bunch of self involved wankers

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About Amnesty International

Amnesty works closely with Indigenous communities and with people seeking asylum to fight discrimination, unfair detention and to demand safety and a fair justice system for all. We put pressure on the Australian government to adopt laws that respect the human rights of all our citizens and to meet our international human rights obligations. Amnesty works tirelessly to protect the safety of the millions of people who are forced to flee their homes to escape war, genocide, torture and persecution. Source: this is an extract from the company’s own website
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