LifeLines Annual Conference, London, Saturday 3rd October 2020
Human Rights Action Centre, New Inn Yard, London EC2A 3EA

Starting from next year, there will be one LifeLines conference, every autumn in London. The decision to discontinue spring conferences was not an easy one, but we’re looking to the future, and are confident this is the best way to ensure the charity can continue to provide support to all LifeLines members and the people to whom we write in the years ahead. If it’s difficult or impossible for you to attend conferences but you’d like to meet other LifeLines people, please take
a look at the Regional Groups page elsewhere in this newsletter. There may well be one near where you live.

The conferences will continue to feature outstanding guest speakers from the US, with first-hand experience of death penalty issues, who will be happy to take questions. There will be also be more talks and discussions on topics of interest to LifeLines members, and very importantly, there will be plenty of time to meet new friends and perhaps catch up with old ones, and talk to fellow members. Conferences are open to everyone and friends and family of members are very
welcome, though venue restrictions do not allow the admittance of those under 18, including babies.

The Amnesty International UK Human Rights Action Centre is located off Shoreditch High Street and Great Eastern Street in central London. The nearest tube stations are Shoreditch High St. (3 minutes’ walk), Liverpool St. and Old St. (both 10-15 minutes’ walk). Parking is extremely limited and expensive, so driving is not recommended, but there are numerous buses, and taxis are available at Liverpool St. station. The venue is fully accessible. Complimentary tea and coffee will
be available on arrival and during the lunch and afternoon breaks. There are cafés and shops very close by, or you are welcome to bring a packed lunch.

Look out for more details of the guest speakers and information about how to book for the 2020 conference on this page soon.