The last in the series of guided walks which the Mayfair and Soho group have been putting on with Footprints of London is this Sunday, 11 October. In ‘Making a Difference in Dalston’ Ray Blackburn of Footprints tells the story of how people in Hackney struggled for change, protecting minorities on the streets and improving the lot of women.
They will meet at 2.30 at Dalston Junction overground station and the walk will last between one and a half and two hours.
These walks have been a great opportunity to have our eyes opened to London and its history, particularly the struggle for human rights, and you’re all very welcome.
On Friday 26 September, Amnesty Waltham Forest are opening the doors to the ballroom for their annual 1920’s Party. For the fifth time they are presenting Jazz songs from the 1920’s and 1930’s performed by the excellent Jazz band “While the Cat’s Away”. In between sets DJ TonyTunes will entertain you with his original Shellac records – some of which will also be available for you to buy.
Hillingdon Group are running a performance reading event called Even If We Lose Our Lives.
Date: Thursday 11 Sep
Time: 6:45pm, finishing by 8pm.
Venue: Ruislip Manor Library
Admission free, donations welcome.
Death and the Maiden
Dir. Roman Polanski, 1994
Date: Monday 1 September 2014
Location: The Exhibit, 12 Balham Station Road, Balham, London SW12 9SG
Amnesty UK’s LGBTI Network will be promoting our work on LGBTI rights at the Pride in London parade on Saturday 28 June and would welcome group members to join them.
Amnesty International UK would like to invite you to a special performance on Thursday 12 June of the play “Even if we lose our lives” at the Ending Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative Global Summit hosted by William Hague, the Foreign Secretary, and Angelina Jolie, Special Envoy of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees.
Amnesty Westminster & Bayswater group would like to invite you to an AmnesTea event on Sunday, 8 June 2014 from 10am till 1pm at St Peter’s Church Eaton Square SW1W 9AL,