The Wilberforce World Freedom Summit - Eradicating Contemporary Slavery
In association with The Humber Modern Slavery Partnership Wilberforce Institute
Prepared by Professor John Oldfield Director
The Wilberforce Institute for the Study of Slavery and Emancipation Kingston-upon-Hull & Alan Spence Head of Strategic Ventures, The University of Hull + Chief Executive
The Wilberforce World Freedom Summit takes place on Thursday, 28 September, and Friday, 29 September. Attendance is free with a fee payable for the summit dinner.
‘Being Myself’ Concert with Songs from Paul Field's new album ‘Being Myself’ and old favourites. Paul Field's website: http://www.paulfield.com
Concert will be followed by a Buffet Tea
Tickets £6 including buffet
Tickets and more information from
Rev Jacky Goaten 01530 412298
‘Being Myself’ Concert with Songs from Paul Field's new album ‘Being Myself’ and old favourites. Paul Field's website: http://www.paulfield.com/
Concert at Elstronwick Methodist Church, South Holderness
Tickets £6 including Buffet from
Mary Jane Barker on 01964 670259,
Or e-mail Linda: email@example.com
‘Being Myself’ Concert with Songs from Paul Field's new album ‘Being Myself’ and old favourites. Tea and Cake in the interval.
See also Paul Field's website: http://www.paulfield.com/
Tickets £6 from Nigel Shaw on 01482 850557
Professor John Oldfield, Director of WISE, holds a public lecture on Hull's contribution to emancipation and the abolition of slavery and the Slave Trade. See the University of Hull Culture Cafe site to book a place online. Open to the public and free of charge.
WHAT IS IT?
FreedomX is a groundbreaking, multi-denominational event exploring the meaning of freedom and how faith impacts our understanding of being free spiritually, politically, socially and physically. With Hull's rich heritage of freedom, we'll be exploring big questions, such as: have we achieved freedom in this city? Nationally? Internationally? Who is oppressed? How can we change?
The line-up includes an internationally renowned professor, theologians and published authors. There'll be talks, workshops and a chance to respond. To keep the sense of freedom it will be a free, but pay as you feel event. So whoever you are, wherever you are, you are welcome.
Professor John Oldfield, Director of WISE and lead academic on the Stolen Lives Project will be speaking. See FreedomX website for details:
Freedom Festival Hull
The Stolen Lives artistic members and school choirs from Hymers College, Sirius North and St Mary's College perform two shows on Saturday 3rd September in the 'Speak Out Tent' in the Fruit Market, Hull.
First Show at 12:30 in the 'Speak Out Tent'
Second Show at 3:30 in the 'Speak Out Tent'
CLICK HERE for a MAP of the Freedom Festival locations
The Church of the Good Shepherd, Telegraph Road, Heswall, Wirral, CH60 0AJ
A musical production, presented by the Beacon Choir & Friends to raise awareness of modern-day slavery, human trafficking and trans-global child labour, (Songs previously performed as 'Cargo') From Wilberforce to chocolate, from the slave ship Zong in 1781 to the building of the World Cup stadia in 2022 Stolen Lives looks at different aspects of slavery, past and present. All words & music written and arranged by Paul Field THURSDAY 5th MAY 2016 7.30pm Church of the Good Shepherd, Heswall
Tickets £7.50 available from: Linghams Booksellers, Heswall www.stolenlives.co.uk @StolenlivesUK Stolen LivesUK It’s notjust history It's happening now Ticket money raised will go to Stop the Traffick and Asylum Link Merseyside Fairtade goods on sale.