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Walk the Talk: Misogyny as hate crime: What Progress Has Been Made and How...

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Clifton South Tram Park And Ride

Nottingham

NG11 0AB

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Communities Inc (working in partnership with Nottingham Trams) have been given use of the kiosk at the Clifton South tram stop. This is now rebranded ‘Communities Hub’ and we’ll be using it as a meeting point for activities that bring people together.

November’s walk takes place before the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women (25th November). Nottingham was the first city to recognise misogyny as hate crime. During the walk, we will discuss what progress has been made and how can we build on this.

Facilitators will be on hand to encourage discussions and at the end of the walk will provide you with a drink, a
biscuit or two and record key points discussed during the walk.

Those travelling to the event by tram will be entitled to
purchase an ‘event ticket’ at a reduced price but to do so your place must be booked beforehand via Eventbrite and your receipt shown to the ticket inspector if requested.

It’s time to walk the talk.

Please wear sensible footwear and clothing.

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Clifton South Tram Park And Ride

Nottingham

NG11 0AB

United Kingdom

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