season.You are warmly invited to celebrate International Human Rights Day and end of 2018 with us over music, food, drinks!
The Sustainable Communities Programme (SusCom) of Initiatives of Change UK, in partnership with International Centre for Eritrean Refugees and Asylum Seekers (ICERAS) is hosting a special event to mark Human Rights Day on December 11th 2018 (for more details please see the attachment and Eventbrite link: https://bit.ly/2DZ7M93 ). The theme is ‘Human Rights Challenges in the 21st century’.
You will hear from the following remarkable set of speakers, who have overcome challenging odds and are dedicating their lives to find practical solutions to making Human Rights a reality. They are also contributing to public life; locally and globally as peace builders to heal division and disintegration within communities.
Dr Martin Barber- OBE former director of UN Mine Action Service and member of International Executive Committee of United Against Inhumanity. Dr Michelle Yaa Asantewa- Author and independent scholar Pranay Raj Shakya- Vice President and founder Trustee at Lead the Change International and former Vice President of Education at Liverpool Hope University's Student Union Saba Al Mubaslat- Chief Executive Officer of the Humanitarian Leadership Academy John Pontifex- Head of Press and Information, Aid to the Church in Need Lina Toufik Kacimi- Youth activist at Muslim Welfare House Mosque, Islington
Piano-Joseph Nicolson Porter Music- Jimmy Elder
Date and Time: Tuesday 11 December 6:30pm to 9:00pm
Email: email@example.com |0r text RSVP with your name: 07954190859. Please book as early as possible to avoid disappointment and share the information with your wider networks.