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Bureaucratic and Slow
Consultant (Former Employee) –  London, Greater London9 September 2019
A great history and legacy, but has lost some of its perspective and sense of mission. Too much time is consumed with internal politics and turf issues than the need to engage with the wider world and context of the work. A great movement with incredible potential that is not firing on all cylinders.
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Welcoming & passionate
Volunteer (Former Employee) –  London, Greater London1 December 2017
Office management were a friendly and supportive team, did feel a little under appreciated from the rest of the building.

Creative Art Team had a lot of independence & energy
Workshops for visiting youth & university groups.

How multi faceted a large charity is & how the departments liaise with each other.

Attending AGM, designing & creating the stage banners celebrating 60yrs of Human Rights Directive. Designing, creating & staging protest of Human Rights attended by whole AGM.
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Proactive & level of autonomy with decisions
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voluntary
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Enjoyable
Manager (Former Employee) –  London, Greater London8 September 2017
The office is a friendly and open place to work with great colleagues. There are management issues and some need to react quicker to issues but overall and enjoyable workplace.
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Great organisation that does important work
Press Officer (Former Employee) –  London17 July 2016
AI is a critically important organisation, and now more than ever as abuses of human rights become widespread. AI is a great place to work but work life balance is hard to maintain. The organisation was having serious industrial relations issues culminating in strikes and protests. Management culture was problematic when I worked there but the people especially the research teams were devoted and selfless. I gained so much by working here and have no hesitation in recommending AI, notwithstanding the issues I highlighted.
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Dedicated professional staff
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nothing
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