We do hope you will sharpen your wits once again for our annual Amnesty Quiz & Dips – an important fund-raiser as well as a really fun evening.

This years event will be taking place on 23rd June with a
7pm arrival for a prompt 7.30pm start.

The quiz is taking place at St Thomas’s Church Hall, Earlham Road in Norwich.

Amnesty Street Collection on Saturday June 30th

Could you and your friends spare an hour between 10am and 4pm to help with this years Amnesty Street Collection in Norwich city centre ?

The latest news is that work on refitting the shop in Unthank Road (on the corner of Onley Road) has now started, and it is hoped to be open on or around July 9th, with an ‘official’ launch in September.

Norwich Stand Up to Racism is therefore organising a Forum with speakers and workshops  to discuss how we can oppose the growing problem of islamaphobia and deal with the effects of the Prevent programme. This follows the success of a number of similar events held in other parts of the country.

Chair:David Huband 20 people attended Chair welcomed all to the meeting. Minutes of last meeting agreed Speaker Chair welcomed Mark English, Human Trafficking Co-ordinator for Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies, who gave a wide-ranging and very informative talk about Modern Slavery: “Hiding in Plain Sight” – followed by a question and answer session. Campaigns Joanna introduced […]

Our May 16th 2018 Monthly Meeting Speaker,

Mark English who is ‘Human Trafficking Co-ordinator for Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies’ will be talking on the subject “Modern Slavery; Exploitation hiding in plain sight”.

Chair: David Huband 35 people present Chair welcomed all to the meeting and introduced our Speaker, Paul Burnal from the UEA School of Law who spoke about Internet privacy – Cambridge Analytica and Human Rights. Mr Burnal made clear his belief that after the leaks from Edward Snowden, revealing that Governments and Corporations around the […]