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How Sectarianism Hurts: our Communities

20 Sep 2007

How Sectarianism Hurts… our Communities

You are invited to join us at this public conversation
Thursday 27 September
6.30 – 7.30 pm
The Conversation Panel:

  • Richard Benjamin, Director, Nil by Mouth
  • Kevin Ross, Project Coordinator, Y2K (Youth2000project), Midlothian
  • Dr. Susan Wiltshire, Lecturer in Crime/ Criminal Justice, University of Glasgow
  • Dr. Patricia McCafferty, Lecturer, Department of Geography and Sociology, University of Strathclyde

 

Venue: Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA)
Royal Exchange Square
Glasgow, G1 3AH
Phone 0141 229 1996, Fax 0141 204 5316, Text phone 0141 248 2891

As part of the events for Blind Faith, GoMA is pleased to present the second of three conversations on
sectarianism and its effect on our society. Using a conversation model rather than a 2-sided debate
these conversations on ‘How sectarianism hurts…’ at GoMA will have contributions from invited
panelists and members of the audience.
This conversation explores ‘How sectarianism hurts… our communities’. Do you feel strongly about
your community and the effect that sectarianism has on it. It has been called ‘Scotland’s Shame’ by
the previous First Minister Jack McConnell and the current First Minister Alex Salmond has pledged to
continue to tackle Sectarianism and promote Scotland as a tolerant and forward thinking country for all
it citizens and visitors.
If you feel you would like to contribute to this conversation or are interested in hearing what others
have to say please join us on: Thursday 21 June 6.30 – 7.30pm at GoMA.

 

View the poster here
(Please ignore the date at the bottom of the PDF poster that states 21st June 2007.)