Last week the Amnesty International Youth Group held their final campaign of the academic year in support of Shackelia Jackson. Shackelia is fighting for justice after her brother, Nakiea, was shot and killed at work in Kingston, Jamaica, in 2014.
Sue Bingham is retiring from The Henley College in July after 20 years of leading the Amnesty International Youth Group. The group have dealt with some tough issues over the years and have done some incredible work. Speaking about last week's campaign Sue said: "Thank you so much to everyone who came to the Amnesty stall to sign our petition to the Jamaican Minister of Justice about unlawful killings by the police. We collected 98 signatures and £6.93 in donations."
Sue's enrichment group will miss her terribly and want to wish her the best of luck in her future ventures saying: "Thank you for being really inspiring and encouraging us to take part in campaigns to protect human rights."
If you would like to find out more about this campaign please visit: http://time4justice.org/.