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Proving Torture – 29 June, 19:00

What is Torture?
This is not a rhetorical question.
Asylum decisions depend on how torture is defined.
But definitions seem to be much more flexible than what you would imagine. As policies change, words change too.

Come to the Brighton launch of the Freedom from Torture report on ‘Proving Torture – the Asylum Maze’ to learn more about the current asylum policies and methods and their effects.

THURSDAY 29 June
6.30 for 7.00pm start
Chapel Royal, North Street, Brighton BN1 1EA

The event is jointly organised by MARS and the Brighton & Hove Freedom from Torture Supporters

Freedom from Torture – Brighton branch

NEW LOCAL ACTIVIST GROUP

Brighton & Hove Freedom from Torture Supporters Group meet regularly to organise local events fundraising for Freedom for Torture and raising awareness of its work and issues around torture in general. We have organised a musical evening, a singing ‘busk’ in Brighton’s Open Market and are planning more events, from tea-and-cake get-togethers to film nights and discussions.

Brighton & Hove Freedom from Torture Supporters Group: https://www.facebook.com/BrightonFreefromTorture/
Twitter: @FfTBrighton
Email: FfTBrighton@gmail.com

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