Our latest exhibition The Eye as Witness: Recording the Holocaust, from National Holocaust Centre and Museum and University of Nottingham, examines the photographs taken during the Holocaust and asks the question; through who’s eyes are we seeing the past?
Opening event on Thursday 9th January from 5.30 – 7pm. Hear a talk from National Holocaust Centre from 6pm and have a first look around the exhibition. Refreshments provided.
NB: The Peace Museum is not open everyday. Please check their website
This event has been cancelled due to the current coronavirus situation.
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS SITUATION
The latest film about the life and work of St. Oscar Romero, that includes previously unseen original footage. Julian Filochowski, Director of the Romero Trust and friend of St. Oscar, will introduce the film.
About this Event
The lecture will consider the threats to our planetary future posed by population, resource depletion, loss of biodiversity and climate change and argue that these should form a central part of the Church’s witness and ministry.
Professor Tim Gorringe… served in parishes in Leeds and Oxford before going to teach theology in India. From 1986 he was Fellow and Tutor in Theology at St John’s College, Oxford, Reader in Contextual Theology at St Andrews University, and then Professor of Theological Studies at Exeter University until 2014. Gorringe has published more than 20 books, most recently The World Made Otherwise : Sustaining Humanity in a Threatened World (Cascade 2018). Living on the edge of Dartmoor and, with his wife Gill, they run a smallholding with sheep, bees, poultry and fruit and vegetables, as well as writing and helping with the local Team Ministry.
It is with great regret that we have cancelled this J&P Day of Reflection in the light of the current coronavirus crisis.
When the trajectory of this pandemic becomes clearer we will be in a better position to work with John Bell and plan an alternative date.
Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause you.
This event is an opportunity to experience stories, talks, and music on the story of David Oluwale, and to write, speak, and share your personal response.
During this unique and intimate workshop Leeds Library patron and world-class author Caryl Phillips, who grew up in Leeds, will introduce literary and poetic responses to the David Oluwale story and share his own writing. You will be introduced to the history of David Oluwale by sociologist and Secretary to the #RememberOluwale charity in Leeds, Max Farrar, who has long been researching Oluwale’s life and death, alongside Emily Zobel Marshall, lecturer in Postcolonial Literature at Leeds Becket University, and member of the #RememberOluwale Board.
We need to ask deep fundamental questions about our current and future existence. What it means to be a good, and a responsible citizen when your government is facilitating the mass murder of the next generation by refusing to stop the emission of carbon into the atmosphere. Roger will share his fascinating story of what brought him to help set up the world’s largest climate crisis civil disobedience organisation. He will outline the results of years of research on how to rapidly change politics through mass participation nonviolent action. He will explain what it takes to mobilise millions of people we now need to prevent the worst of what is to come now the climate and ecological breakdown is upon us.
Booking opens in February. It’s not a cheap weekend but some bursaries from NJPN are available and it is always an engaging and challenging weekend where people come back refreshed and determined to do more to build God’s Kingdom.
https://www.justice-and-peace.org.uk/conference/ for details, or contact: email@example.com, Tel: 020 7901 4864