Get Involved

  • Become a Youth Organizer

As a youth organizer, your main role is to be the direct link between Amnesty Canada’s Youth and Student Program and youth activists at the local level.  This leadership opportunity for youth is a new initiative for the Youth and Student Program. Youth Organizers help organize and facilitate youth and student group activities and campaign opportunities, act as a liaison between youth and student groups, community groups, staff and other volunteer leader. They also get to work with some fantastic activists and learn some great new skills while doing so. We have established teams in various cities, and are looking to grow these teams and will consider setting up teams in new cities. If you are interested please email 

  • Become a Volunteer!

For new and potential members, AI offers an Orientation session where you can find out about our human rights work, how are we structured, our mandate, how you can get involved and what is going on in AI Toronto.

You don’t need to call, just turn up at our office. Orientation sessions are held the fourth Thursday of each month (except July, August and December) at 7pm. Our office is 1992 Yonge Street, 3rd Floor. For more information, email

  • Download the Seasonal Activism Guide and keep up to date with the latest campaigning materials and resources. Check it out here 


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