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Event: Civil Society Strikes Back

The British Institute of Human Rights have released details of a rather interesting tour that some readers may find of interest:

 Human Rights are for everyone. Human Rights are the result of centuries of struggle, by groups and individuals who suffered persecution or neglect at the hands of an often all too powerful state. Human Rights became international law after the horrors of World War II when, thanks to the advocacy of civil society, the international community adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Human Rights are under attack. Too many of our political leaders and some sections of the media want to go backwards, not forwards. Join the fight back at the BIHR 2012 Human Rights Tour – coming soon to a city near you!

Human Rights go to the heart of the kind of society we want to be. Learn more, and get involved, at the 2012 Human Rights Tour.

Venues and dates: 

All venues are centrally located. Further details on remaining venues will be posted shortly. Please note: Some of the dates have changed since our initial correspondence regarding the Tour; the dates on this page and the booking form are confirmed.

Cardiff – 17 September – Cardiff County Hall, Committee Room 3, Atlantic Wharf, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff CF10 4UW

Truro – 20 September – Truro Town Hall, Municipal Buildings, Boscawen Street, Truro, TR1 2NE 

Ipswich – 25 September – Ipswich Town Hall, Cornhill, Ipswich IP1 1DH

Bournemouth – 3 October – Bournemouth University, Room TBA

Brighton – 11 October – Brighthelm Community Centre, North Road Brighton, East Sussex BN1 1YD

Inverness – 17 October – Spectrum Centre, 1B Margaret Street, Town Centre, Inverness IV1 1LS 

Edinburgh – 18 October – Pleasance Theatre (Edinburgh Students Union), 60 Pleasance, Edinburgh EH8 9TJ

Preston – 30 October – The Avenham Park Pavilion, South Meadow Lane, Preston, PR1 8JT 

Manchester – 1 November – Age Concern Manchester, 24 Mount Street, Manchester, M2 3NN

Belfast – 5 November – NICVA, 61 Duncairn Gardens, Belfast, BT15 2GB

Bangor – 15 November – Central venue (TBA)

Leicester – 22 November – Leicester Guildhall, Guildhall Lane, Leicester, LE1 5FQ

Boston – 29 November – Centenary Methodist Hall, Red Lion Street, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 6NY

Sunderland – 4 December – Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens, Burdon Road, Sunderland, SR1 1PP

London – 7 December, Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London, WC1R 4RL

York – 12 December – York University (Room TBA)

More information and booking details can be viewed here.

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