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Upcoming events

Sunday 1 September - Green Festival

We've a stall with Beeston Amnesty at the Nottingham Green Festival. We're fundraising with books and cakes, and have a range of actions for people to sign, including a petition and solidarity postcards for our long term case - the October protesters in Laos.

Wednesday 11 September - group meeting

We're meeting 7:30pm-9pm at Aubergien Cuisine, Heathcoat St, Nottingham. (There's no need to buy food.) We'll be planning upcoming events and writing letters in support of human rights worldwide.

Monday 16 September - event at Nottingham Playhouse

1984 and Human Rights: Freedom in the 21st Century

Venue: Nottingham Playhouse, Ustinov Room
Date: 16 September 2013
Time: 18-30 to 19-15
Discussion on the lasting legacy of George Orwell's dystopian vision and human rights in our contemporary global times....
Agnes Flues, Co-ordinator of the Human Rights Law Centre, Nottingham University.
Marylyn Rayner, Amnesty International Nottingham.
Nick Stevenson, Reader in Cultural Sociology, University of Nottingham.
Chaired by Nottingham Playhouse.
Please come and join the debate. All welcome.
This event has been jointly organised by Nottingham Playhouse and Amnesty International Nottingham to showcase the production of 1984 running at Nottingham Playhouse between Friday 13 and Saturday 28 of September.
Please call the Box Office on 0115 941 9419 to reserve seats in advance.

Monday 16, Friday 27, Saturday 28 September - stalls at Nottingham Playhouse

We've got a stall at the Nottingham Playhouse on these three evenings during their 1984 season. We'll have information about Beeston and Nottingham local groups and actions to take in support of human rights.

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