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Our February meeting starts Early at 7pm

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.

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You are invited to a talk by the poet George Szirtes discussing Hungary

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 […]

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Listen to our guest speaker Nick Caistor discuss Mexico from our November Meeting

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.

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Write for Rights event – 26th November 2016

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 […]

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Nick Caistor talk “The Sorrows of Mexico” at November’s Meeting

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” .

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Norwich Amnesty at the Refugees Welcome March

Members of Norwich Amnesty joined other Amnesty groups and a wide range of individuals and groups on Saturday 17th September for the “Refugees Welcome” March in London. It was a great event, with a wide range of participants, all showing that Britain is a welcoming place for Refugees and hopefully sending  a message to the government […]

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Norwich Amnesty at Norwich Pride 2016

Norwich Amnesty had a very successful stall at the annual Pride Day in the Forum and in the Parade. Letters were sent protesting about Gay Rights in Tunisia, about the treatment of young people in Brazil, and many signatures were added to the placard of support for refugees in Norwich. We also joined the parade, […]

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Norwich Amnesty celebrates County Council vote to bring 50 Syrian refugees to Norfolk

Norwich Amnesty were glad that the result of the meeting of Norfolk County Council on Monday July 25th. was to pass by a majority of 64 to 6 a resolution to accept 50 Syrian refugees. Amnesty have been campaigning for the County to accept more, but had joined in demonstrations with Sanctuary Norfolk, the Mothers’ […]

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Can you help us on 16th July at Norwich Peace Camp?

We will have a stand at the Norwich Peace Camp on Saturday 16th July at The Forum in Norwich The event is from 9am to 4pm, with lots of stalls and fun events. Can you help at our stall? We have spots for help throughout the day, 9am to 4pm, so if you could spare […]

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Amnestea fundraising event a great success

The Amnestea party last Saturday was a great success and raised £164.50. We would like to say a huge thanks to the Unitarians at the Octagon Chapel for arranging it. Their hard work payed off wonderfully and has helped us raise funds for Amnesty’s ongoing work around the world.

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