Activist Sub-Group On Refugees To respond more effectively to the ongoing refugee crisis, we are setting up an Amnesty subgroup which will concentrate on this issue. The first meeting of the group will be on Wednesday, April 12th, at 7 PM. at Marzano’s in The Forum, Norwich The aim of this meeting will be to […]
Each May the Festival transforms our city and county with magical and inspirational artistic experiences – some created by artists who live around the corner, others who have travelled from the other side of the world.
From the worsening plight of refugees around the world to mass unlawful killings, from the vicious crackdowns on dissenting voices to the rise of hate speechacross Europe and the USA, the world in 2016 became a darker and more unstable place. Our annual report, The State of the World’s Human Rights, warns that an ‘us v them’ climate of blame, hate and […]
Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2017 are looking for local people of all ages to take part in a unique interactive performance
The Norfolk & Norwich Festival are looking for local people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to be participants in an unique interactive performance ‘We meet in paradise’ by Berlin-based artists TheatreFragile, part of Norfolk & Norwich Festival 2017.
You are warmly invited to attend this talk by Nawal Slemiah, founder of the Women in Hebron Embroidery Cooperative. Nawal will talk about the work of the cooperative and the current situation in Hebron. There’ll also be an opportunity to see, and buy, some of the work.
To give everyone time to make the Border Control Play at the Norwich Arts Centre on Wednesday evening, we are starting our monthly meeting early at 7pm. Tickets are still available at https://norwichartscentre.co.uk/events/border-control/ if you haven’t booked yet. We look forward to seeing you for our monthly meeting.
Hungary and being an Immigrant January Meeting January 18th at 7:30pm We are very glad to invite you to a talk by the poet George Szirtes at our next meeting on Wednesday January 18th at the Charing Cross Centre from 7:30pm. George was born in Hungary and was brought to England as a child during […]
If you were not able to make our November Meeting this week we have recorded our guest speaker Nick Caistor discussing Mexico, it was a wonderfully engaging talk with lots of details many of us were not aware of.
This year our Write for Rights event will be held on Saturday 26th November from 11am to 4pm at Norwich Arts Centre Bar, St Benefits Street, Norwich We hope we can see many of you there, but if you cant make it you can take part online. Read about the ways you can get involved […]
We would like to invite you to our monthly open meeting at the Charing Cross Centre, St John Maddermarket, Norwich on Wednesday 16th November at 7.30pm. The journalist and translator Nick Caistor will give a talk entitled “The Sorrows of Mexico” .