Peter Tatchell on How to Campaign

A free event you might be interested in:

On Thursday 27 February 5.30 – 7.00pm at Institute of Education (near Russell Square)

Peter Tatchell shares his lessons from a life of campaigning for human rights, starting with campaigns in support of Australia’s Aboriginal people in 1967; against the death penalty in Australia; against the Vietnam war; and for gay liberation worldwide with the non-violent direct action group OutRage! Peter has supported liberation struggles in Zimbabwe since the 1970s and in 1999 and 2001 attempted a citizen’s arrest of Robert Mugabe. He has also campaigned for an independent Palestinian state, against China’s human rights record, against Islamaphobia and for a wide range of environmental and animal rights issues. He has stood for Parliament and won many awards as Campaigner of the Year, a top Political Influencer and Lifetime Achievement for Diversity. The Peter Tatchell Foundation seeks to promote and protect the human rights of individuals, communities and nations, in the UK and internationally

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