Amnesty International is holding a Festival of Social Justice in the Midlands in April and May. Social justice and human rights go hand in hand – you cannot have one without the other. The Festival aims to bring together people throughout the Midlands at a variety of events involving the creative arts alongside workshops. The aim is to highlight the importance of social justice and human rights to ordinary people.
Join speakers Hardyal Dhindsa, the Police and Crime commissioner for Derbyshire and Sonya Robotham, local anti-racist activist to discuss the local social justice issues in the region.
This is a free event. All welcome, but registration essential.
An online event hosted by QUAD and Amnesty International.