Our Place at the Table: An Open Conversation
Our Place at the Table – An Open Conversation exploring equalities and human rights in Coventry
About this Event
Our Place at the Table originally formed part of Fly the Flag week in June, marking the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The sold out event featured human rights provocations from residents in the city, project presentations as part of our #HumansOfCov campaign and speeches from organisations and individuals who work to protect and uphold our human rights every day.
Following up to the success of the previous event we are now hosting an open conversation exploring equalities and human rights in Coventry, in the form of a long table event. This FREE ticketed event provides the opportunity for residents across the city to come together and discuss what human rights mean to you in 2019.
Equalities, peace and Human Rights sit at the heart of this global city of cultures, and this event is an opportunity to celebrate the \’International Day of Peace\’ and respond to what they mean to the people of Coventry.
Our Place at the Table will be a feast of food and creativity bringing together artists, activists, academics and the wider community for an open and honest conversation.
Food and networking will open the event as participants are invited to come together sharing stories, thoughts and feelings over lunch before a brief introduction and the main long table event.
We welcome you to bring your thoughts, experiences and vision to what promises to be an inspiring event taking place in the heart of the community.
A delicious buffet will be provided.
Date: Saturday 21 September 2019
Time: 12:00 – 16:00
Location: Feeding Coventry, Foleshill Community Centre, 757 Foleshill Road, Coventry, CV6 5HS
Ticket Price: This is a FREE event but on the basis that the previous event sold out it is advised that participants pre-book.
Priority parking at the venue only, should you have accessibility requirements please call our office on 02476 998 221 to secure your parking space on the day or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to this event being on a Saturday when parking along the street can be difficult we advise you take public transport to the venue: bus numbers 20, 20A, 20B, 20C and 48, stop nearby.
There is wheelchair access into and inside the building
There are wheelchair accessible toilets
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