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Positive Exposure: Far-right Awareness Workshops

Learn how to beat the far right at their own game. Come along to our workshop and learn how to tackle far-right narratives in your local area.  Find out how far-right groups recruit and operate  Hear a personal story of former far-right group member  Join a discussion on how to counter negative […]
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Pride: Screening of But I’m a Cheerleader

Celebrate Pride this year and join us and The Screen at Contemporary for the screening of ‘But I’m a Cheerleader’. Celebrate Pride on us as we purchased a limited amount of tickets to give away — maximum of 2 tickets person. All-American cheerleader Megan doesn’t like kissing her football-team boyfriend, so her parents send her […]
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Refugee Week: Screening of Persepolis.

Join us and The Screen at Contemporary for the screening of Persopolis (2007). When: Wednesday 19th June, 6:30 pm Where: Nottingham Contemporary, Weekday Cross, NG1 2GB Celebrate this year’s Refugee Week on us, as we purchased a limited amount of tickets to give away. Maximum of 2 tickets person.  About the film: Our spirited heroine […]
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Stand by Her Dialogue: Black and Asian Women and sexual harassment.

Friday 7th June, 5:00 – 7:00 pm, at the East Midlands Crown Prosecution Service Office Join us for a dialogue aimed at Black and Asian women to explore their experiences of sexual harassment. Communities Inc and Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Ltd are working together on a new project to address sexual harassment. Stand by Her, involves […]
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National Bystander Awareness Day: Free Screening of The Witness (2016)

“As gripping as true-crime procedurals Serial and Making a Murderer, but with more intimacy and heartache.” – Stephanie Merry, The Washington Post For National Bystander Awareness Day, we are organising a free screening of The Witness (2016) together with Nottingham Contemporary. The name Kitty Genovese became synonymous with bystander apathy. The New York Times reported […]
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Walk the Talk: Stand by Me- Safe and simple ways to help victims of hate

Walk the Talk is a series of themed, facilitated walks exploring topical social issues while enjoying the landscape and wildlife on the edge of Clifton. Our group meets on a monthly basis and consists of the members of the general public as well as representatives from local agencies and community organisations. Walk the Talk is […]
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