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National Bystander Awareness Day Celebration

With poetry from Bridie Squires and Shreya Sen Handley Fri 13 March 2020, 5.30-8pm 38 Carrington Street, Nottingham FREE On March 13, we celebrate National Bystander Awareness Day (#NBAD)  – a day that unites people to tackle hate and hostility. We want to raise awareness of ways that you can help people who are made […]
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Walk the Talk, Lace Market: Crime, Justice and Freedom

Fri 31 January, 11 am – 1 pm Meet outside the National Justice Museum at 10.45 am. FREE Join us for a historical walk through the Lace Market, exploring Crime, Justice and Freedom from both past and present-day perspectives. Walk the Talk is a series of themed community walks, exploring social issues while walking through […]
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The Wave (2008): Film screening and young people post-Brexit panel discussion.

Sunday 3 November, 1 – 4pm We are proud to present this screening with 1525 Collective at Nottingham Contemporary Join us for a post-Brexit film screening of The Wave (2008), followed by a panel discussion with young activists, including; Nadia Whittome, Sam Harris, James Thomas and Tanatswa Chihoro. In this German socio-political thriller film, a […]
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Disability hate crime and public transport dialogue

As part of National Hate Crime Awareness Week, we’re running two events in collaboration with Disability Support and Nottingham Mencap. The second of these will take place at NBV Enterprise Centre (by David Lane tram stop), and will be for transport providers and organisations who want to make their services safer. As well as hearing […]
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People with disabilities and transport dialogue

As part of National Hate Crime Awareness Week, we’re running two events in collaboration with Disability Support and Nottingham Mencap. The first of these will take place at Middle Street Resource Centre in Beeston and is an opportunity for people with disabilities, carers and professionals to share experiences of hate crime on public transport and […]
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