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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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Free Screening of Moonlight National Hate Crime Awareness Week

National Hate Crime Awareness Week: Free Screening of Moonlight

In partnership with Nottingham Contemporary art centre, we invite you to a free screening of Moonlight (2016) in recognition of National Hate Crime Awareness Week. The film tells  the tender, heartbreaking story of a young man’s struggle to find himself, told across three defining chapters in his life as he experiences the ecstasy, pain, and […]
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Walk the Talk: BME Health at Colwick Country Park

Walk the Talk is a series of themed, facilitated walks exploring topical social issues while enjoying the landscape and wildlife. Our group meets on a monthly basis, and consists of members of general public as well as representatives from local agencies and community organisations. Walk the Talk is a great opportunity to discuss current social […]
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Warriors: free film screening and panel discussion

As a part of our day with the Maasai Cricket Warriors, we invite you to join us and Nottingham Contemporary for the screening of an acclaimed film Warriors. This documentary follows Maasai Cricket Warriors on their journey to England, a birthplace of cricket, to compete in the 2013 Last Man Stands world championship. It also […]
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