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This two-day event will show new and exciting ways of telling stories online; teaching the basics of creating interactive storytelling for people with little or no experience of coding.
Speakers include: Kat Cizek, via Skype (Emmy-winning documentary-maker), Sandra Gaudenzi (lecturer and maker of interactive documentaries), Francesca Panetta (The Guardian), Matteo Scanni (Italian filmmaker), Samuel Bollendorff (Honkytonk Films, France), Alastair Good (The Telegraph) and Glyn Thomas (WDM).
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We are holding our third session on the Connecting Communities project in Manchester on Saturday the 29th of March. The theme is on 'Leadership to Protect Life' and the project is based on activating the diaspora community of Pakistani heritage to mobilize and to speak up for minority rights in Pakistan and in particular for the Christian, Ahmaddiya and Shia communities in the country. We hope that you can attend and play a role.
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The murder of Lee Rigby showed not only the perverse and twisted nature of the extremist ideology of the killers, it also showed how fragile cohesion is and how it needs to be constantly nurtured and protected. With this in mind, we are holding our third community engagement session entitled, 'Women and the Armed Forces.'
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Harmony Hall, Truro Road, Walthamstow E17 7BY
Weyman Bennett – UAF
Jo Cardwell – We Are Waltham Forest
Jean Lambert MEP – Green Party (tbc)
Jamima Fageo – Kalungan (Philippino organisation)
Michelline Safi Ngongo – Congolese community
Sylvia Ingmire – Roma Support Group
Omah Ali – Bravanese Centre
Organised by Unite Against Fascism and Waltham Forest Trades Council
Tuesday 4 March: 8.00am onwards (until 09.00am) Leafleting outside Blackhorse Road Tube Station
Saturday 8 March: 11.00am Meet at Nat West Bank at the top of the market in the town square (Walthamstow)
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