Tonight we have Ellen Lees, a country coordinator that covers Nauru which hosts Australia’s refugee detention camp, joining us for our group meeting at St Margaret’s church in crypt (Brandram Road/Belmont Hill) from 7.30pm. All are welcome to come along to hear more.
You can read more about Nauru and the abuse at https://www.amnesty.org.uk/press-releases/australia-investigation-discovers-appalling-abuse-refugees-nauru
It’s our group meeting tonight from 7.30pm with a focus on Mexico. All welcome to join us St Margaret’s located at corner of Brandram Road/Belmont Hill. Access via ramp or steps at side of building.
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Looking forward toour group meeting tonight from 7.30pm at St Margarets on Brandram Road/Belmont Hill – all welcome to join us for campaign updates and more.
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Letter signing drop in tonight 7.30-8.30pm at Greenwich Tavern(SE10 9JH) at 1 King William Walk.
Normally to left of bar. If unsure please ask a member of bar staff. All welcome.
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Group meeting tonight 7.30pm at St Margaret’s Church on Brandram Road/Belmont Hill. Access via steps or ramp on side of church. All welcome for updates on human rights campaigns, events and activities.
Group letter signing drop-in starts 7.30pm on Tuesday at Greenwich Tavern. All welcome.
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Thanks to everyone that played a part in making yesterday’s book sale such a fantastic achievement. The £10,864.58 raised will make a difference to human rights around the world. The campaign stall saw over 150 people ask the UK government to do more for peace in Syria and the book of condolence for Jo Cox’s family was appreciated by so many. The cakes and hot drinks also helped keep us all well refreshed.
Thanks to all those who came, all those that volunteered, that donated books and those that prompted our book sale to others.
The event truly is one that brings people together and puts human rights at the heart of our community. The date of the next book sale is Saturday 19 November 10-4 – we look forward to seeing you then. As usual any queries email AIBG.firstname.lastname@example.org