Come and find out.
Join us on Monday 29th February 2016
6pm for refreshments and 6.30 for the meeting, at
Exeter College Sports Hall, Hele Road
Exeter EX4 4JS. ( Map)
Find out what is happening in this country and the south west to stop this appalling breach of human rights and
- who are the victims of modern slavery and who is supporting them
- what the police are doing to prevent, investigate and prosecute modern slavery.
- what active citizens can do and how to be alert to the signs of modern slavery
- what local anti slavery groups are doing
6pm exhibition stall tea and coffee food
- Fawcett Devon
- Local slavery campaign Groups
- Anti slavery International
Fawcett Society 150 years celebration exhibition stall and merchandise
6.30 Welcome and Opening of the event
16.45 Panel discussion with questions from the Chaired by Yvonne Atkinson of Fawcett Devon.
7.10 Jane Jones : Unchosen short films
7.20 Kate Garbers: Unseen's victim support work
7.30 Chief Constable of Devon and Cornwall and Isled of Scilly Shaun Sawyer
7.50 Alexis Wright to talk about the work of the Red Cross and how modern slavery affects women.
8.05 Speaker to talk aboput business responsibility and transparency in the supply chain- what must business do and what can consumers do to stamp oput slavery
8.20 Group and Panel Discussion on what needs to happen and what actions we need to take to address this issue
Find out More About us and these 2 events and buy Fabulous and Feminist Presents here too
We will be selling Fawcett Society's new range of merchandise such as its new Fabulous and Feminist mugs teashirts teatowels .
Join us on Friday 26h November at Reclaim the Night
Join our November meeting which will take place behind the Fawcett Devon Banner as we march with other women’s groups and supporters on
Reclaim the Night on
26th November 6.30 pm
Mint Methodist Church, Fore Street, EX4 3AT Exeter, Devon
Wants some more Fun?
Join us for our seasonal social on Friday 4th December
MODERN SLAVERY EVENT
Find out what slavery means todasy especially for women
Join our Event 29th February at Exeter College 6-8.30 pm
Hear the Chief Constable of Devon and Cornwall who leads the UK police on tackling Modern Slavery and other speakers
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