The recently-reformed Amnesty International Australia Dubbo Group is set to host a special guest on Monday.
Amnesty International Australia national director, Claire Mallinson, will pay a visit.
Community members are invited to hear an address by Ms Mallinson in the Starlight Room at Dubbo RSL Memorial Club from 6pm.
A gold coin donation can be left at the door.
Community members will be invited to join Ms Mallinson and group members for dinner in the bistro.
Co-convenor of the group, Sandy Lindeman, said the national director's address would cover a range of issues including the successful campaign to release Australian resident and Bahraini refugee Hakeem al-Araibi from a Thai prison.
Globally, Amnesty supporters and other campaigners sent more than 165,000 letters in support of his release.
Other topics of the address include the Rohingya crisis, Ms Mallinson's visit to Cox's Bazaar refugee camp in Bangladesh, the campaign to reduce the number of Indigenous young people in detention and the national director's visit to the Banksia Hill detention centre in Western Australia.
The 16 "motivated" members of the Dubbo group have letter-writing sessions on their agenda.
They usually meet on the second Monday of each month from 5.30pm at Charles Sturt University's Dubbo campus, but the June meeting has been moved forward to June 3.