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IRELAND AS A PLACE OF SANCTUARY?
Tuesday 10th December 2013
St AUGUSTINE'S HALL
Off Society Street, Derry/ Londonderry
9.30 am – 1.30 pm
What do we mean by the term sanctuary?
What has been the tradition of sanctuary in Ireland from Celtic times to the present?
Do minority groups feel welcome in Ireland?
Have minorities/individuals felt welcome or did they have to seek sanctuary elsewhere?
Dr. Liam Campbell
Insight into the Celtic Tradition of Sanctuary in Ireland .
Sanctuary in Today's Context
Drawing on his experience of establishing a ‘City of Sanctuary' in Sheffield
Living as a Traveller in Donegal and Issues Facing the Travelling Community
The Polish Community in the North West
Drawing on her experience of work with the Polish Community
Lunch included, please register for catering purposes
Contact North West Community Network firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is free of charge, all welcome
This second year of the Festival will run from 9th- 14th December 2013 and like last year we are hosting a growing schedule of entertaining and informative events.
Please check out the full programme of events . We look forward to seeing you during the festival.
The Nerve Centre Derry/Londonderry, 7:30pm - 11:00pm
The Human Rights Consortium and Tinderbox Theatre Company are excited to present ‘Human Rights Cabaret'. Up-and-coming writers provide satirical perspectives on a range of human rights themes in a mix of comical sketches and songs with a classic pub quiz to ensure an excellent evening of entertainment.
This is an over 18s event.
Ticket information: £5 (£3 Concession)Book
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