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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….
London’s Savoy Hotel echoed to the sound of tapping feet and 1920’s music and song at this year’s glittering AMAR Gala Dinner. The theme was the “Roaring Twenties” and many of the 230 guests made the most of the opportunity to show off their fancy dress skills with...read more
AMAR’s inaugural Erbil dinner was held at the City's Divan Hotel in March 2014. The event was sponsored by the Khudairi Group - described as a “fantastic global enterprise” by Baroness Nicholson - and Numerus Group, which includes companies such as TNI, Al Awsat, Al...read more
AMAR welcomed over 270 guests to its ‘Bollywood Nights’ Gala Dinner at The Savoy Hotel in May where high energy performances by Sky 1’s Got to Dance semi-finalists, Bolly-Flex, helped to set the tone of the evening. Guest speaker and broadcast journalist, Zeinab...read more
22 March 2013 In March, AMAR held its first major fundraising event in Beirut to support the work in Lebanon, which not only raised $9,000 but also generated media coverage on LBC. Special guests included His Excellency Tom Fletcher, The British Ambassador to Lebanon,...read more
6 February 2013 AMAR’s patron, His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, attended the twenty-first anniversary celebration at The Royal Gallery in The House of Lords which raised over £200,000 to support AMAR’s work. Over 250 guests attended, including Iraq’s Deputy...read more