CAJ, human rights organisations move in Belfast

05 Agosto 2015  Sección; Especiales 1027 votos

CAJ, the Committee on the Administration of Justice, moves on 5th August from its offices in Sturgen Building, Queen Street, Belfast to Community House, Albert Street, Belfast. The new address is 1st Floor, Community House, Citylink Business Park, 6A Albert Street, Belfast BT12 4HQ. Other contact details for CAJ remain the same: Phone 028 – 90316000, e-mail Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo. and web http://www.caj.org.uk/ There may be some disruption to normal office routine until 12th August.   The move is part of several human rights organisations moving in together and consolidating work in the light of funding changes.

Humanist conference on Humanism, War and Peace

The All Ireland Humanist Summer Schooltakes place from 29th-30th August, in Carlingford Co Louth with the topic ‘Humanism, War and Peace’. Speakers include writer and journalist Ruth Dudley Edwards, David Pollock (IHEU representative on the Council of Europe), Keith Jeffery (Professor of Modern History, QUB) and Norbert de Kooter (Dutch Humanist Military Chaplain). It takes place at the Heritage Centre, Carlingford, Co Louth, 28th-30th August, starting officially at 10 am on Saturday 29th August (registration from 9.15 am). Attendance for both days is €45/£36 (concessions available and one day booking possible), dinner on Saturday available for an extra payment, and booking details have an accommodation booking link. See http://www.humanistni.org/ with links for booking form or booking online. The July/August issue of the magazine ‘Humanism Ireland’ also has articles on the topic.

70th Anniversary of Hiroshima bomb, Dublin, 6th August

The annual commemoration for the victims of the Hiroshima atomic bomb will take place on Thursday, 6th August, the 70th anniversary of the bombing, at 1.05 p.m. at the memorial cherry tree in Merrion Square park, Dublin 2 - the tree was planted by Irish CND in 1980. The commemoration will be opened by Lord Mayor of Dublin Críona Ní Dhálaigh. The President of Irish CND, Canon Patrick Comerford, and Mr Naoki Yoshimura, First Secretary (Political) at the Japanese embassy in Dublin, will also speak. There will be short contributions of poetry and music from Irish and Japanese artists (weather permitting) and the laying of a wreath at the memorial tree. Representatives of several other embassies will also be in attendance.

This annual ceremony gives an opportunity to stand in solidarity with the victims of these horrific weapons of mass destruction, and to affirm a determination to work for their elimination, the only way to ensure that the ghastly events of Hiroshima and Nagasaki will not be repeated. Approximately 17,000 nuclear weapons remain in the world today. While this is less than the Cold War peak, it is still enough to destroy life on earth as we know it many times over. Organised by Irish CND/Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament http://irishcnd.org/

Glebe House conference: Integration – A challenge for us all

As part of the 40th Anniversary celebrations of Harmony Community Trust/Glebe House there will be an international, 5 day-residential seminar – Integration; A challenge to us all - to discuss the issues and challenges of integration  within communities in Northern Ireland and further afield. The dates for the full seminar are 31st August to 4th September, though there will be possibilities for day visitors to attend the talks and some workshops. International participants are anticipated through Service Civil International (VSI in Ireland).  The venue is Glebe House, Strangford, Co Down and the costs  are €50 or £40 for the 5 days or €10 or £8 per day.

Speakers include Alex Kane, Bernadette McAliskey, Malachi O’Doherty and members of the Polish community. Topics studied will include segregation within Northern Ireland and movements for integration, multiculturalism, and refugees and asylum seekers. Interactive workshops are included and study visits have been arranged to meet people living in West Belfast, members of the ethnic minority communities and their employers. There will also be time to explore places of interest in Co Down and for social activities. Contact: Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo. phone 028 44881374 or Glebe House, 23 Bishopscourt Road, Strangford, Downpatrick, BT30 7NZ. http://www.harmonyct.plus.com/

Meath Peace Group: Decade of Centenaries seminar

Meath Peace Group and the Meath Archaeological and Historical Society will co-host a second Decade of Centenaries seminar in  Dalgan Park, Navan on Saturday 26th September (9.30am-5pm). This year's seminar will focus on  aspects of the 1915-16 period, including talks on "Ireland and the Great War", "Irish-Australian perspectives on the Great War", "Dublin Castle and Irish Sedition, 1915-16", "Easter 1916", "Meath and the Great War", "Meath: 1916 and the Rise of Republicanism", concluding with a panel discussion on "History, Commemoration and 1916". Speakers will include Prof. Keith Jeffery (QUB), Prof. Eunan O'Halpin (TCD), Dr Fearghal McGarry (QUB) and a range of local Meath historians. Booking is essential and places are limited. Contact Julitta Clancy 01 8259438; email Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo. and see websites http://www.meathpeacegroup.org and http://www.mahs.ie

‘Turned Away’ and Just A Second! Dublin launch

The evening of 5th August sees the Dublin launch of an Afri development education resource by Pete Mullineauxfeaturing 5 short plays on global justice themes with suggestions for follow up activities suitable for school groups, youth theatres, college students and others. And there is the release of ‘Turned Away’ – a specially composed instrumental piece by the multi-talentedImogen Gunner. Live music with Imogen Gunner & Friends and reflections by Pete Mullineaux. Imogen’s CD and Pete’s book will be available to buy on the night.Wednesday August 5th 2015 at   6.30pm – 8pm in Liberty Hall, Dublin 1. But please book in advance: ph 01 8827581 or email: Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo.   Web http://www.afri.ie

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