All are welcome to join a wide range of events at Derby’s 4th Peace Week, promoting peace and justice involving over a dozen local groups and civic organisations.
- Saturday 18th Sept 2pm-4pm Talk by CND Vice President Ian Fairlie on ‘Nuclear colonialism’, Derby Multi Faith Centre
- Sunday 19th Sept 12 noon-5pm Launch of Meet Your Neighbour, Maison Foo & Friends
- Sunday 19th Sept 5pm Stand Up To Racism, Zoom, Racism and sport
- Monday 20th Sept evening QUAD Film ‘The Great Dictator’ by Charlie Chaplin
- Tuesday 21st Sept 2pm-4pm QUAD workshop on ‘Violence to women’ with the Police & Crime Commissioner for Derbyshire (Angelique Foster) and local activists Sonya Robotham and Vanessa Boon
- Tuesday 21st Sept evening QUAD Film ‘The Tinderbox’ with Q&A by the Director Gillian Mosely
- Wednesday 22nd Sept 11am-1pm Workshop on ‘What does Peace mean to you?’, Artcore (3 Charnwood St, Derby)
- Wednesday 22nd Sept 3pm Peace Walk from St Thomas’s Church (Pear Tree Road, Derby DE23 8NQ)
- Thursday 22nd Sept 7:30pm Drum and Dance Workshop and World Music DJ set with DJ Su-Ki, Derby Market Place Marquee
- Friday 24th Sept QUAD Exhibition by Black Trans artist Danielle Braithwaite-Shirly, which includes elements of Black slave history, Black Trans identity and LGBTQ+ issues
- Saturday 25th Sept 4:30pm Peace Concert featuring Hannah White at St Peters Centre, Derby. Tickets from Derby Live.
Updates will be posted on Derby People’s Diary
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