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Event Alert: Author Evening with Victoria Brittain

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victoria-britainJoin IHRC for an evening with Victoria Brittain discussing her play "The Meaning of Waiting".

In her book, eight women tell their stories using their own words of the unseen fallout of the war on terror in Britain. These are stories of real women, from cultures as varied as Palestine, Senegal, Jordan, Libya, St John's Wood, and the English Midlands that all came to the UK as refugees, or married refugees. After 9/11 the world they loved here vanished almost overnight. One after another they were engulfed by isolation and private terror.

Entry is free to book a place please call 020 8904 4222 or email events@ihrc.org, or leave your name and details in store.

Date:
13 December 2011 (Tuesday)

Time:
6.30pm – 8.30pm

Venue:
IHRC Bookshop, Gallery and Information Centre
202 Preston Road, Wembley, HA9 8PA

Nearest train / tube:
Preston Road (Metropolitan Line), South Kenton (Bakerloo Line, London Overground)

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"And what reason have you that you should not fight in the way of Allah and of the weak among the men and the women and the children, (of) those who say: Our Lord! Cause us to go forth from this town, whose people are oppressors, and give us from Thee a guardian and give us from Thee a helper."
Holy Qur'an: Chapter 4, Verse 75

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