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Wed 13 Nov, '19
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Human Library
Teaching Grid, Library Floor 2

On 13th November (1pm-4pm), the University of Warwick will be holding its second Human Library event in the Teaching Grid (Library, Floor 2).

At our first event in the Postgrad Hub we had 20 book titles for students and staff to choose from and over 40 readings. It is a unique opportunity to put yourself in someone else’s shoes.

By attending our human library event you will have the opportunity to engage in open, honest, and respectful conversation with Human Books and learn about the life experience of others.

This event is open to Warwick University students and staff.

Thu 14 Nov, '19
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Canley Planning for Real
Canley Community Church, Charter Avenue

Over 650 local people have contributed over 1300 ideas and comments about Canley over the summer. Now it's time to come together to sort through them all, and work with outside experts to plan what we can get done, who can help, and how we can make it happen.

Can you spare a couple of hours to help turn the talk into action?

Sat 16 Nov, '19
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Canley Planning for Real
Canley Community Centre, Prior Deram Walk

Over 650 local people have contributed over 1300 ideas and comments about Canley over the summer. Now it's time to come together to sort through them all, and work with outside experts to plan what we can get done, who can help, and how we can make it happen.

Can you spare a couple of hours to help turn the talk into action?

Wed 20 Nov, '19
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Drop in session at Warwick Arts Centre
Follow the signs in the Cafe, Warwick Arts Centre

Come and find out how to get involved with Warwick's work for the City of Culture 2021.

Thu 21 Nov, '19 - Sun 24 Nov, '19
All-day
Screening Rights Film Festival

Runs from Thursday, November 21 to Sunday, November 24.

Taking place in Coventry and Birmingham, the fifth festival runs from Thursday 21 – Sunday 24 November, with a programme that combines screenings of some of the most interesting and highly acclaimed new films with post-screening discussions involving directors, producers, writers, activists and experts. Screening Rights aims to inspire and develop debate on the potential of film to affect personal, social and political change.

Tue 3 Dec, '19
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Meet the Funder Event
Methodist Central Hall Warwick Lane Coventry CV1 2HA

The next Meet The Funder will take place in the city centre. Your chance to meet funding organisations and talk about their funding streams.

Tue 10 Dec, '19
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Culture Conversation - "Human Rights and Peacefulness"
Alfred’s Cafe, Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Jordan Well, Coventry, CV1 5QP