There are many human rights that are routinely denied to women and girls because of their gender. This day will focus on many women’s human rights issues, and especially on how we can make a difference together.
Saturday 6th February
Jesus Lane Friends’ Meeting House, Cambridge
Organised by: Amnesty Cambridge
All are welcome to attend and to contribute
Women’s human rights defender and co-founder of the Center for Egyptian’s Women’s Legal Assistance (CEWLA)
Artist Hilary Cox Condron will lead on an all-day-drop-in workshop in making a “My Body My Rights” Banner, which will be used in Cambridge in the coming months.
Three other workshop take place in the morning:
Amnesty’s “My Body My Rights” campaign
Women in Politics
Campaigning for Women on the Move
Call to Action & stalls
During the day there will be opportunities to sign letters and petitions
Between 9.45am – 4.30pm
Jesus Lane Friends’ Meeting House, 12 Jesus Lane, Cambridge UK CB5 8BA
Costs are £7 for the whole day with lunch
£3 for either the morning or the afternoon without lunch
Register at: https://form.jotformeu.com/60061311388347
If you would like to attend, but do not have PayPal and thus cannot pay the registration fees, please e-mail the organisers, Amnesty Cambridge on firstname.lastname@example.org .
Venue & getting there
Jesus Lane Friends’ Meeting House ,12 Jesus Lane Cambridge UK CB5 8BA
Getting to the Meeting House
The Meeting house is at the corner of Jesus Lane and Park Street near the city centre (next to the ADC Theatre).
Cycle: There is a large cycle park immediately outside the Meeting House.
Bus: Many city and country routes pass near the Meeting House. Drummer Street bus station is within ten minutes’ walk.
Car: Park Street car park is within two minutes’ walk. Approach via Jesus Lane only. Charges for Saturday for over 5 hours are however £24. More details here: https://www.cambridge.gov.uk/content/park-street-car-park
Park & Ride bus service, from either Madingley Road or Newmarket Road, stops in Bridge Street, within five minutes’ walk. Parking is £1 and the return fare is £2.70. Further details here: https://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/info/20149/park_and_ride
Blue Badge holders: Approach via Jesus Lane only and park in the designated bay opposite 6—11 Jesus Lane.
Further information and Registrationhttps://www.amnesty.org.uk/groups/cambridge/regional-amnesty-international-conference-womens-rights