Join us for a series of online conversations to explore what being actively anti-racist means to you, and how we can unite across communities to combat racism. Working with professional artists, these sessions will include spoken word and poetry to inspire our thinking and create dialogue. These conversations will help create a short film, representing our visions for Nottingham as an actively anti-racist city.
Location: Online via Zoom Date: Tuesday 19 January 2021 Time: 11am – 12.30 pm Free As more and more people find themselves unemployed and/or struggling financially due to the impact of Coronavirus, we will be discussing where and how to find work, your employment rights, and the state benefits and financial advice available to you. This is […]
Location: Online via Zoom Date: Tuesday 24 November 2020 Time: 11am – 12pm Free Join us for one from the series of dialogues exploring the impact of COVID-19 on individuals and communities. This time we’ll explore wellbeing and best practices to reduce isolation. The speakers and topics are: Parmjit Sagoo – Yoga teacher and also Community Projects Producer at New […]
Stand by Me UK is a project that empowers people to assist victims of bullying, harassment or hate through safe bystander interventions. We aim to train people in England, Scotland, and Wales so that no one has to suffer from hatred anymore. Learn how to respond to hate. We are running a series of free […]
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 […]
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 […]