Sad I can’t make this, shared in case others can:
Protest and Performance Week will take place on campus in week 10, from Monday 14th – Thursday 17th March 2016. It includes film, comedy, theatre and panel discussions. All events are free (except the film – reduced price tickets available) and open to everyone. You need to register to reserve a place. Highlights include:
- Kate Smurthwaite (award winning comedian and activist) with her new show on freedom of speech – ‘The Wrong Sort of Feminist’.
- ‘We Are Many’ – The acclaimed story of the biggest demonstration in human history, including Q & A with the film’s director, Amir Amirani.
- Presentations and panel discussions from academics and students discussing protests at Warwick University, and elsewhere.
- Seasoned campaigners and journalists talking on the theme of ‘How do we make our voices heard?’ (including Emily Scurrah from 38 Degrees).
- To Know How You Stand – The IATL student ensemble explore the university as a space of protest.
More details and registration for all events are here – http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/law/research/centres/chrp/protest/performance/
This programme of events has been created through a collaboration of Warwick staff and studentsunder the auspices of Warwick’s Centre for Human Rights in Practice, and is supported by IATL. It is happening in conjunction with a special issue of Lacuna Magazine on the theme of protest. Many ‘Protest and Performance Week’ speakers are appearing in Lacuna Magazine now, and over the next couple of weeks. Check out their writing at www.lacuna.org.uk. If you are interested in finding out more about Lacuna, and/or attending our next lunch time get-together, please email Alice Panepinto atA.Panepinto@warwick.ac.uk