Hate Crime Awareness Week 2017
Saturday 14th October
Family-friendly Diwali celebrations from 10am with children from seven local schools joining the Borough Council’s Youth Forum and organisers in the lantern parade, which starts at All Saints Church at 6pm.
Come and visit the NREC stall there between 10am to 4pm.
Further details here
Tuesday 17th October
Artistic Collaboration for Hate Crime Awareness
Find more details here.
Wednesday 18th October
7pm All Saint Church. Top of Gold Street Northampton
Say No to LGBT hate crime vigil
MC Joe Payne
More to be announced.
Click here to download a flyer Say no to LGBT hate crime V2 (1) and help us get the word out.
For Black History Month 2017 and Hate Crime Awareness Week
Friday 20th October
Wellingborough Afro-Caribbean Association (WACA) in collaboration with Northamptonshire Rights and Equality Council (NREC) PRESENTS
Just An Ordinary Lawyer
in conjuction with I S W
Tayo Aluko’s new one-man show about the life and times of Britain’s first Black judge – who was also a cricket enthusiast and singer.
It will be held at the Wellingborough African-Caribbean Centre in Rock Street.
We welcome back Tayo Aluko who performed his stunning one-man production of “Call, Mr Robeson” last year.
Tickets purchased via Eventbrite are £9.08 until 18th October. Click here for tickets. Eventbrite tickets will not be available after 18th October 2017
Tickets purchased on the day of the performance will be £10.00
Or tickets can be purchased from WACA and NREC (cash or cheque – payable to WACA)
Further info: telephone 07872836463
or email: email@example.com
Q Film Weekender
From Fri 20 – Sun 22 October
In association with Q-Film, the Errol Flynn Filmhouse are proud to present a three-day festival celebrating heroes of queer cinema and showcasing LGBTQ+ themed stories from around the world. More details here.
Identifying Victims of Human Trafficking & Modern Slavery Training
A facilitated session to aid attendees in identifying victims of human trafficking & modern slavery to enable them to refer them to apropriate support services. Training will be presented by Hope4Justice.
This training is a must for anyone working or volunteering with vulnerable people, migrants, refugees, child protection services, victims of sexual abuse etc. Victims are rarely in positions to report their abuse so it is important that key workers that may come into contact with them are able to identify victims quickly and are able to refer them to the most apropriate support services before they are put in further danger or retrafficked.
Free tickets are available for Community and voluntary sector sector stakeholders. There are limited availablity. Individuals who book a place who we are not aquainted with will be asked to confirm their field of work or volunteering to avoid identification/support techniques etc falling into the wrong hands.
Book tickets here