The Rights and Justice Research Priority Area and Nottingham Contemporary present ‘Nottingham: centre of the LGBT universe’. With David Edgley, Nottingham LGBT+ Network and Rainbow Heritage. Part of LGBT History Month.
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The Rights and Justice Research Priority Area presents a screening of San Junipero, followed by a Q&A. San Junipero is the fourth episode of the third series of Black Mirror, and aired in 2016. Part of LGBT History Month.
Join the Rights and Justice Research Priority Area (RPA) for a debate on LGBT hate crime. Lynda Kelly of Nottinghamshire Police will be in discussion with RPA Postgraduate Director Hannah-Rose Murray on the issue of responding to hate crime through policing, community interaction and the concerns thereof.
Please join the Rights and Justice Research Priority Area for a discussion on the situation of the LGBT community in Nottingham. Representatives from the Notts Trans Hub, QTIPOC Notts, Outburst, Out in Education, and the LGBT Networks from the University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent will all be present to talk about current issues and contemporary events. 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.”
In 1984 an IRA bomb killed Jo Berry’s father. Jo met with Patrick Magee, the bomber, after his release from prison. For 16 years, they have travelled the world together spreading a message of peace and understanding.
The University of Nottingham is celebrating Black History Month with music, public lectures, open discussion and […]
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Do you want to work with primary or secondary schools, either to conduct research or to gain impact? This session will offer practical advice on how to engage with schools for mutual benefit, including school perspectives and examples of good practice.
Please join the Research Priority Area in Rights and Justice and the Centre for Research in Race and Rights for a panel discussion on ethnic homelands in contemporary and historical perspective.
Please join the Centre for Research in Race and Rights in association with Bright Ideas Nottingham, Embrace, Nottingham Black History Society, and the Nottingham Black Lives Matter chapter for a screening of Injustice (2001).