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FREE screening of The Square to explore the Bystander Effect

Join Communities Inc in conjunction with Nottingham Contemporary for a FREE Sunday afternoon film, with an introduction to the film from Communities Inc Creative Director, Shamsher Chohan, on the Bystander Effect. Popcorn and non-alcoholic refreshments included! The Square takes a unique look in to complacency and asks: why do we fear speaking out when we […]
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Free Bystander Intervention Training

Communities Inc are offering free bystander intervention training on the 10th October, 12.30-3.30pm at NBV Enterprise Centre (with lunch at 12). It is aimed at individuals who would like to build their knowledge and confidence to stand by anyone experiencing hate or hostility. Training will focus on safe interventions that support the victim. A bystander […]
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Stand by Her Training – Bassetlaw Only

Stand by Her is a unique program created in partnership with Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid, tackling violence against women. It’s designed by women and delivered to men so that they can help address misogynistic behaviour effectively. Together with the Bassetlaw District Council, we organised free sessions for both men and women for people in Bassetlaw area: […]
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Vaccine Hesitancy in the BAME community - 31 March at 11am

Sharing the Load 5: Vaccine hesitancy in the BAME community

oin us for the fifth ‘Sharing the Load’: Our series of dialogues addressing important issues affecting our communities during the pandemic. This is possibly our most crucial dialogue so far, as it addresses the reasons for a low uptake of the COVID-19 vaccine among members of the BAME community.
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Communities Linked poster - community dialogues on being anti-racist

Communities Linked: A series of community conversations

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.
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