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Walk the Talk: Wollaton Park

Our Walk the Talk events are back! If you haven’t been on one of our walks before they are free, facilitated events exploring topical social issues while enjoying the landscape and wildlife. They are a great opportunity to discuss current social issues and learn about the work being done across Nottingham, while improving your wellbeing […]
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Positive Exposure: Far-right Awareness Workshops

Are you working with people that are vulnerable either as potential recruits or victims to far-right ideologies? 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 […]
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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’. When: Wednesday 24th July, 6:30 pm Where: Nottingham Contemporary, Weekday Cross, NG1 2GB   Celebrate Pride on us as we purchased a limited amount of tickets to give away — maximum of 2 tickets person. […]
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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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