Spring is round the corner and to come and celebrate it with AI Malvern Hills Group at SPRING TONIC next Friday 26 March at 7.30 at the Coach House Theatre, Malvern (off car park next to Malvern Theatres). There’s a great variety of music, comedy, dance and poetry, and it will be an opportunity to have fun and raise funds for Amnesty at the same time.
Tickets are only £8, including a free glass of wine or soft drink, available from Malvern Theatres 01684 892277, or Books for Amnesty, Edith Walk, Malvern 01684 563507. No booking fee at the bookshop.
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An audience of about 300 were uplifted and empowered at the Asylum Forum in Malvern on 26 October. Clear presentations were packed with information as different aspects of the UK asylum process were expertly and critically assessed by AIUK Director Kate Allen, Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association Legal Officer Steve Symonds, head of Medical Services at the Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture Dr Juliet Cohen, and co-founder of Medical Justice Harris Nyatsanza. Continue reading
On Monday 26th October the Malvern Amnesty International group will be holding a forum titled ‘Asylum in the UK’. This will see a panel of four experts discussing issues such as detention, destitution and deportation. The panellists will be Kate Allen (Director at Amnesty International UK), Juliet Cohen (Medical Foundation), Emma Ginn (Medical Justice) and Steve Symonds (Immigration Law Practitioners Association), chaired by Mike Kaye from Still Human Still Here. It will take place at Malvern Theatres starting at 7.30pm with tickets costing £9.50 (£8.50 concessions). Tickets can be booked by calling the Amnesty bookshop in Malvern on 01684 563507 or by going to the Malvern Theatres website http://www.malvern-theatres.co.uk. Click on this link to download the Flier and on this for background information