Five high-level staff members will leave Amnesty International, after an external investigation showed a stressful work environment and little support for staff wellness. The investigation came after a staff member and an intern died by suicide.
Can Amnesty Recover From This Tragic Death?
RFI, 26 May 2019
One year ago, on 25 May 2018, the outstanding researcher Gaëtan Mootoo committed suicide in his office at the Paris branch of the global rights organisation Amnesty… Read more »
During the course of speaking at length with dozens of Amnesty employees, ... see more »
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