Human Rights Tour 2014: Shrewsbury
What is the Human Rights Tour?
2014 marks the fourth year of our hugely successful Human Rights Tour. The idea is a simple one – go across the UK holding free to attend pop-up events in local communities, raising awareness about human rights, how they are relevant in everyday life, and having a space for debate and discussion.
Who is the Human Rights Tour for?
It’s for you! Whether you are an individual, a voluntary sector worker or a public servant come along and join the conversation.
What happens at the events?
The model for each pop-up uses a mix of presentations, discussions and interactive sessions, with some creative elements too!
BIHR is proud to be partnering with Fairness, Respect, Equality Shropshire (FRESh) to bring this event to Shrewsbury, so they can make sure that the event is rooted in your local concerns.
The British Institute of Human Rights in partnership with Fairness, Respect, Equality Shropshire (FRESh)
The British Institute of Human Rights is a UK-wide independent human rights charity working to bring rights to life here at home. We help people to know what human rights are (and are not), to use their human rights to achieve positive change in everyday life without resorting to the courts, and to make sure those in power respect our human rights laws and systems.