Join the Rights and Justice RPA, the Centre for Research in Race and Rights and Journey to Justice Nottingham for a talk from Dr Kate Dossett, Senior Lecturer in American History at the University of Leeds.
February is LGBT History Month, and The University of Nottingham is hosting a range of public […]
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Join the Centre for Research in Race and Rights and the Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice (CSSGJ) for a discussion on LGBT immigration. Paul J Dillane, the Executive Direction of the UK Lesbian and Gay Immigration Group, will be in conversation with Ibtisam Ahmed as part of the regular CSSGJ seminar series. Part of LGBT History Month.
Tags: Brexit, Centre for Research in Race and Rights, Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice, community, Donald Trump, LGBT, LGBT History Month, LGBT History Month 2017, people and culture, UK Lesbian and Gay Immigration Group
Please join the Centre for Research in Race and Rights for a discussion on LGBT research at The University of Nottingham. Multiple scholars from the University and Nottingham Trent will present their work on various LGBT issues, showcasing their research and its impact around the world. Part of LGBT History Month.
Please join the Centre for Research in Race and Rights for a discussion by leading experts on the importance of Pride. This event will feature organisers and participants from events around the world, including Elif Ceylan Ozsoy (Istanbul Pride), Ibtisam Ahmed (Dhaka Pride) and Leigh Ellis (Nottingham Pride). Part of LGBT History Month.
Join us to hear from best-selling author Loretta Napoleoni, whose new book uncovers a disturbing trend in the continuing fallout from the post-9/11 Patriot Act: the massive number of people trafficked to fund terror organizations, which is “historically unprecedented.”
It is one of the biggest conundrums facing scientists – understanding why our universe is expanding. […]
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On 23rd June 2016, the UK voted to exit the EU. The referendum sparked a flurry of political changes in the government and a sharp rise in hate crimes reported to the police. Suddenly the UK has to confront questions of equality, tolerance and hate.
Tags: Being Human Festival, Brexit, Centre for Research in Race and Rights, EU referendum, journey to justice nottingham, Rights and Justice Research Priority Area, social sciences, the rights and justice city: hope history and being humane
There are 46 million people enslaved around the world today. The Modern Slavery Act of 2015 tackles the issue of thousands of people enslaved in the UK. Could UK cities now take steps to ensure they are slavery-free? Over the next two years, Nottingham will work to become the world’s first slavery-free city.
Tags: Being Human Festival, Centre for Conflict Rights and Justice, Centre for Research in Race and Rights, journey to justice nottingham, modern slavery act of 2015, Rights and Justice Research Priority Area, slavery, slavery-free city, the rights and justice city: hope history and being humane