Amnesty International Staff Wellbeing Review

Author:
Amnesty International
Publisher:
Amnesty International [AI London] (London)
Publication Date:
31 May 2019
Tags:
Africa, NGOs and Civil Society

During  the  course  of  speaking  at  length  with  dozens  of  Amnesty  employees,  reviewing  your  survey responses, and undertaking additional research, all of us on the assessment team found ourselves moved and inspired by your passion for your work and your perseverance in the face of hardship and injustice.


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