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Write for Rights
The Norwich Group of Amnesty International cordially invites you to send a simple message of hope to those people detained and being ill treated for their peacefully held beliefs. For more information contact info@n...
Saturday 16th December 2017 at 10:00
- St Peter Mancroft Church
Norwich Vegans Christmas Market
The Norwich Vegans are excited to announce. . . After the huge successes of our first two Christmas Markets, and a very successful first Summer Fayre, the Norwich Vegans 3rd Annual Christmas Market will be held at ...
Saturday 23rd December 2017 at 10:00
- OPEN
Norwich Greenpeace January meeting
Start the year by getting involved with your local Greenpeace group. Campaigning to protect the environment and deliver real change. Our first meeting of the new year will discuss last year's successes and what we h...
Wednesday 10th January 2018 at 19:30
Norwich Greenpeace - Cafe Bar Marzano
Apocalypses Now
"Where one should find hope, in the face of a deteriorating climate." John Foster, response from Samantha Earle. This event is followed by a drinks reception which is free and open to all.
Tuesday 16th January 2018 at 18:15
- Thomas Paine Study Centre
Should we edit genes - Dragon Hall Debates
The enzyme CRISPR-Cas9, which gives scientists the ability to cut and splice genes in plants, animals and humans, is a transformative technology. Wendy Harwood from the John Innes Centre will discuss the use of new ...
Monday 22nd January 2018 at 19:30
- Millennium Library
Norwich Social Justice Conference
The aim of the conference is to examine the current challenges facing social justice in Norwich, including homelessness, low wages, mental health, disability, and to explore how the voluntary sector can collaborate ...
Monday 29th January 2018 at 9:30
- King Centre
Apocalypses Now
"Are robots going to supplant humanity?" A panel discussion with Dr Gareth Jones, Dr Rupert Read and Ryan Dawson, chaired by Prof Catherine Rowett.
Tuesday 30th January 2018 at 18:15
- Thomas Paine Study Centre
Money, mindfulness or MBAs? Making work less stressful for NHS s
Prof Kristy Sanderson - School of Health Sciences Job stress is endemic in health care work, and the NHS is no exception. In this talk, Prof Sanderson will explore the possible causes of job stress in the NHS and w...
Tuesday 30th January 2018 at 18:30
- Julian Study Centre Lecture Theatre
Apocalypses Now
"It's already eternal Treblinka for animals" Prof Gary Francione, response from Prof Catherine Rowett. This event is followed by a drinks reception which is free and open to all.
Tuesday 13th February 2018 at 18:15
- Thomas Paine Study Centre
Water and war, and so much more
Prof Mark Zeitoun - School of International Development Clashes over water are as frequent and predictable as they are devastating. This talk explores how water resources contribute to slow-burn conflicts, and suff...
Tuesday 13th February 2018 at 18:30
- Julian Study Centre Lecture Theatre
A new age of anxiety? - Dragon Hall Debates at The Forum
With an epidemic amongst young people in depression and anxiety, and policy-makers now looking at ways of addressing public wellbeing, we ask if we are living in a new age of anxiety. Political economist Will Davies...
Monday 26th February 2018 at 19:30
- Millennium Library
Apocalypses Now
"This civilisation is finished" Dr Rupert Read, response from Deepak Rughani (Co-founder Biofuelwatch)
Tuesday 27th February 2018 at 18:15
- Thomas Paine Study Centre
Apocalypses Now
"That we carry on like this IS the catastrophe" Chris Hedges (Pulitzer Prize Winner), response from Dr Rupert Read. This event is followed by a drinks reception which is free and open to all.
Tuesday 13th March 2018 at 18:15
- Thomas Paine Study Centre
Probing past climates using trees and thermometers
Prof Tim Osborn - School of Environmental Sciences and Climatic Research Unit Human activity is causing changes to our climate that are greater and faster than the natural variations we previously experienced. But ...
Tuesday 13th March 2018 at 18:30
- Julian Study Centre Lecture Theatre
Who's afraid of populism? Dragon Hall Debates at The Forum
The election of Donald Trump, the threat of populists in France and the Netherlands – not to mention in Poland, Hungary and Turkey – has caused some to fear for the health of liberal democracy itself. Why are so...
Monday 23rd April 2018 at 19:30
- Millennium Library