THE UNA IN NORWICH - COMING UP. . .

Friday 21st July 2017
The Friends Meeting House, Upper Goat lane, Norwich

Janet Clark

Will talk about

 ‘Gambian Aid Through Education’

The talk is at 1pm and will last about 30 minutes followed by questions.
Admission free. Coffee available from 12.30pm.
  A donation is invited to cover expenses.


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We have been given Regional funding for a Schools Project. The Project will provide opportunities for students aged 15 to 18 in Norfolk schools to engage in either or both of two competitions related to the role of the UN in specific international issues:

1. Essay or newspaper column: on one of two topics current at the time of circulation

2. Short video for the Norwich UNA website to promote interest of young people in the work of UNA supporting the role of the UN

These two competitions would be launched in September 2017 through circulation to all Norfolk Secondary Schools


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