Amnesty International is committed to the principles of international human rights, which means that we do not support any one ideological, political, religious, or other model of government or society. In order to maintain a neutral and impartial approach to our work, we do not accept any government funding for our research and campaigning work.
The vast majority of Amnesty’s funding comes from individual donations.
These personal and unaffiliated donations allow Amnesty International (AI) to maintain full independence from any and all governments, political ideologies, economic interests or religions.
We neither seek nor accept any funds for human rights research from governments or political parties and we accept support only from businesses that have been carefully vetted.
By way of ethical fundraising leading to donations from individuals, we are able to stand firm and unwavering in our defence of universal and indivisible human rights.
Audited Financial Statements
Amnesty’s Financial Statements for the previous year are accepted by vote at Amnesty’s Annual General Meeting (AGM), which is generally held in June each year. Following the AGM, the approved Financial Statements are made available on the website. See below for links to the latest available Financial Statements.