Amnesty International, as a membership-based organization, observes a formal system of accountability as set out in our Statute.
We are also committed to meeting best practice standards in operational excellence, confidentiality, public reporting and transparency.
We seek to comply fully, for example, with public standards for financial reporting and with the International Non-Governmental Organizations’ (INGO) Accountability Charter.
However, it is work for and with individuals whose rights are at risk that lies at the heart of our mission and so it is to them that we owe our deepest accountability.
Methodologies such as impact assessment and stakeholders analysis enable us to ensure Amnesty International is delivering real and positive change for those people for whom we work.
- Amnesty International's statute
- INGO Charter
- Assessing Amnesty International's Impact
- Making a complaint
- Financial reports
- Amnesty International's Integrated Strategic Plan 2010 – 2016
- Reports to external funders
- Amnesty International's Supplier Code of Conduct
- Amnesty International's Open Information Policy
- Standard terms and conditions for goods and services
- Independent review into payments to former Secretary General