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Theme: A Shared Life?

This event occurred on
November 20, 2015
10:00am - 2:00pm GMT
(UTC +0hrs)
Leicester, Leicestershire
United Kingdom

Join us on 20th November 2015 for a half-day discussion around the Tedx Videos
Non Violence http://bit.ly/1kDgBYF
Two Survivors http://bit.ly/1RHGodf
Climate Change http://bit.ly/1M1nGM0
Which will be expanded on in five short talks
Richard Outram - Co-Founder of Peace Talks Oldham, who have introduced
The Pledge To Peace Campaign in Oldham http://www.pledgetopeace.eu/ )
Coleen Molloy - National Development Officer at City Of Sanctuary,
on The Refugee Crisis and Leicester
Riaz Ravat, Interim Director of St Philip's Centre
on Diverse Leicester
A talk on Prevent - Speaker to be announced
Climate Change: a trigger to violence and population movement
(Speaker TBC)

Registration from 9.30 am, Event Start 10.00am, Lunch 12.30pm, Event Close 2.00pm
Venue: Hansom Hall - Adult Education Centre
Belvoir Street, Leicester, LE1 6HL
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Contact: - info@tedxleicester.com

Adult Learning Centre
Belvoir Street
Leicester, Leicestershire, LE16HL
United Kingdom
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Coleen Molloy

National Development Officer

Riaz Ravat

Deputy Director of St Philip's Centre on Diverse Leicester
Riaz joined the Centre in 2008 and his responsibilities include heading up religious and belief literacy training courses, community relations engagement, financial administration, media communications, quality assurance, crisis management caused by national and global incidents and business and partnership development. His work brings him into contact with many organisations including local and central government, other agencies and overseas partners. Riaz has contributed to many national initiatives including the Commission on Religion & Belief in Public Life, the establishment of national Inter Faith Week, the Prime Minister���s Extremism Task Force and pioneered Catalyst ��� a young adults leadership programme. In 2014, he was invited to Oman to present the work of the Centre to an international audience including the UN and Omani Ministry of Religious Affairs. In 2013, Riaz was conferred a British Empire Medal

Richard Outram

Co-founder Peace Talks Oldham

Organizing team


Leicester, United Kingdom


Leicester, United Kingdom
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