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"Right to be seen" Photography Exhibition
Michaelhouse Cafe, Cambridge | Monday 13th April - Sunday 25th April 2015| All Day
The Humanitarian Centre is collaborating with Cambridge International Arts to curate an exciting collection of photographs depicting human rights. The photographs have been generously provided by a mixture of our member organisations, individual members and associates. The exhibition will cover two walls. One wall shall consist of the 'Member's Gallery' and will depict photos kindly provided by our member organisations and individuals. The other wall shall hold photos depicting social issues faced by nomadic communities in India, that have been kindly provided by Bharat Patel.
Opening Reception | Wednesday 15th April 2015, 7pm-9pm |Michaelhouse Cafe
The opening reception will include the announcement of the photography exhibition competition winner, and a talk by Kerstin Hacker a senior lecturer in photography at Anglia Ruskin University. Nibbles and wine will be provided.
Cambridge International Arts
Cambridge International Arts is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company (Reg. No. 08595870). Their 2014-2015 plan involves delivering the majority of their work through Co-Create Arts – set up to focus wholly on giving a voice to under-represented people through the arts. They work on their own arts initiatives and with national and local charities and other not-for-profit organisations.
Find out more from: www.CambridgeInternationalArts.org
We look forward to welcoming you throughout the exhibition and at the reception to view these fantastic photos!
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Centre for Global Equality
The Centre for Global Equality focuses the resources available in world centres of excellence such as Cambridge on evolving innovative solutions to global challenges. We contribute to greater global equality by improving access for the underprivileged to the intellectual, social and financial resources usually reserved for the elite.
We are a network of NGOs, academics, businesses and individuals who work collaboratively towards reducing extreme inequality, a root cause of poverty and marginalisation globally. Based in Cambridge, we have over 50 member organisations that work on more than 90 projects in 27 countries.
For more information please visit: www.centreforglobalequality.org