Friday 20th April 2018 at 1pm
The Friends Meeting House, Upper Goat lane, Norwich

David Ford
will talk about

‘Human Rights Today – New Challenges’

Admission is free. Coffee available from 12.30.

Schools Competitions

We had a disappointing response from schools to our Essay and Video competitions which were launched last term. However, we are pleased to announce that two cash prizes of £50 each have been awarded to Mitchel Rowe and Aaron Wraith from the City of Norwich School for their essays on ‘Lessons to be learned from the Syrian Conflict’ and ‘Are Human Rights Conventions Necessary?’ respectively. Unfortunately, there were no entries to the Video competition.

Branch AGM

Our Annual General Meeting was held on Friday, 15th September 2017 at the Friends Meeting House, Upper Goat Lane, Norwich.  The Annual Report , Accounts and Accounts Report are available.

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UNA-UK Conference

UNA-UK will be holding a conference this summer on Saturday 7 July at NCVO in King's Cross, Central London. 
This will be the most interactive event of the year for UNA-UK members and supporters. It will give an opportunity to meet like-minded people, discuss the issues that matter most to UNA and be prepared to make a difference in local communities.
More details on what's in store and how to get tickets will follow.

Lunchbox Meetings

Please note that there will be no meeting in August. Details of meetings for the coming year will be found on the...
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