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ISIS has kidnapped, raped and tortured thousands of women and girls, leaving them deeply traumatised. AMAR’s ‘Escaping Darkness’ Appeal is raising funds to help provide those who have managed to escape with expert psychological support.
Imran Ahmed doesn’t like heights, but this didn’t stop our amazing supporter embarking on a terrifying series of adrenaline challenges this August – all in aid of AMAR’s work in Iraq. Leaping from a plane 15,000 feet from the ground in a tandem skydive….
Are those New Year’s fitness resolutions starting to falter? Are you in search of a motivational boost? Then why not join one of this year’s AMAR Challenges? Each step you take will help us to save lives and strengthen communities in the Middle East. This year, Team...read more
The Savoy Hotel's dazzling Lancaster Ballroom was once again the venue for AMAR’s annual Gala Dinner, which this year had a masquerade ball as its theme. The event, held on Friday, June 12th, 2015, was kindly sponsored by Numerus Group and SIM Services, both leading...read more
AMAR Lebanon’s fundraising concert, ‘La Belle Époque of Arabic Song’, took place on Wednesday April 29th, 2015 at the Abou Khater Theatre in Beirut. An audience of 450 people all thoroughly enjoyed and were extremely moved by the music, which featured a range of...read more
More than 70 of AMAR's Dubai supporters braved a rare downpour for an evening at the luxurious Villa 515 in Jumeriah to celebrate and raise awareness of the Foundation's work. Senior representatives from international companies such as Shell Iraq, Weir Group and...read more
AMAR held a Spring fashion show on Sunday, 8 March 2015 at the prestigious Langham Hotel in London. Fashion designer Sumayah Deria debuted an exclusive line of evening wear at the event. There were also stalls selling Middle-Eastern inspired jewelry and gifts. Guests...read more