STUDENTGROUP TEACHER EDUCATION _ MEPPEL
From top, left to right: Marie Meyer, Marit Pfrommer, Lea Husung, Marie Xhauflair, Isis Vroemen, Melina Knispel, and Mijke Peeters
From bottom, left to right: Nastaran Beik Pourian, Marieke Westerbeek, Chantal Kranz, Irene van Gelder (not photographed: Sofia Armadillo, Teodora Paduraru, Merlijn Veldman, Lisbeth Pao, Janet Becker, and Feiyan Xu)
Who are we?
We are the Amnesty International Studentgroup teacher Education (AISTE) in Meppel, which originates within the ITEps course. ITEps qualifies its students to become international primary teachers, who educate children all over the world. Together with Amnesty International, we want to make a change, regarding human and children's rights.
Who is Amnesty International?
This global movement of more than 6 million people fighting for injustice, began in 1961 when Peter Benenson was outraged when two Portuguese students were jailed because they raised a toast to freedom. After sending an article to the press, he launched a campaign that prompted a great response. His article reprinted, again and again, led to the notion that people could unity in solidarity for justice and freedom.
If you like to be a member of this group and/or ideas that can help us to make a difference, feel free to contact us through our socials (facebook and instagram)!