Anyone in the East Midlands or Leicester area???
Mark R D Johnson
Emeritus Professor of Diversity in Health & Social Care
Mary Seacole Research Centre / CEEHD
De Montfort University Leicester LE1 9BH
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From: Deborah Hadwin
Sent: 14 May 2018 13:12
To: Ramsay Burt; Lala Meredith-Vula; Kenneth Morrison; Panikos Panayi; Monia Acciari; Huriye Yeroz; Mark Johnson; Mark Charlton; Emma Johnston; Rusi Jaspal; Kathleen Bell; Amanda Berlan; Christopher Zembe
Subject: FW: An Invitation _ Calais Children: a Case to Answer - Film Screening + Q&A _ Attenborough Film Theatre, University of Leicester _ 21/05/2018 (6.00pm)
I have organised this event in conjunction with University of Leicester and Civic Leicester. I would be grateful if you could circulate across your networks.
If anyone would like any further information, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Practice Learning Coordinator
Senior Lecturer in Social Work,
Faculty of Health and Life Sciences
School of Applied Social Sciences
De Montfort University
Hawthorn Building 00.22
Leicester LE1 9BH
T: +44 (0) 116 257 7629
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Subject: An Invitation _ Calais Children: a Case to Answer - Film Screening + Q&A _ Attenborough Film Theatre, University of Leicester _ 21/05/2018 (6.00pm)
And, please do forward to others who might be interested, if you can.
You are invited to the screening of Calais Children: a Case to Answer, a compelling 62-minute film looking at the scandal of what happened to the almost 2000 lone children, most of whom had a legal case to be in the UK, who were in the Calais Jungle as it burned down last year.
What went wrong? Where are the children now? And what can we do about what they are going through?
The film screening will take place on Monday, 21 May 2018, starting at 6pm, in the Attenborough University Film Theatre, Attenborough Building, University of Leicester. The film will be followed by a discussion and Q&A session with filmmaker Prof. Sue Clayton and two or three young adults who came to the UK as unaccompanied minors.
The screening is free and open to all.
Suggested donations £5 (Waged) / £3 (Unwaged) / Whatever you can afford. The donations will go to Sue Clayton for use in the ongoing work around the legal campaign focussing on the Calais children and to the children themselves.
The screening has been organised by Leicester Migration Network and the School of Media, Communication and Sociology at the University of Leicester in association with CivicLeicester and De Montfort University's School of Applied Social Sciences.
You can book a place (or places) at:
- https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/calais-children-a-case-to-answer-film-screening-qa-tickets-45958925383 or
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