All Our Tomorrows: The Future for Human Rights

Peace & Progress

invites you to a symposium entitled

All Our Tomorrows:
The Future for Human Rights

2 p.m. Saturday 16 October

Carrs Lane Church Centre, Carrs Lane, Birmingham City Centre

Azmat Begg, father of Guantanamo detainee Moazzam Begg
Natalia Garcia, human rights lawyer
Corin Redgrave, Peace & Progress
Phil Shiner, Public Interest Lawyers
Massoud Shadjareh, Islamic Human Rights Commission

Half a century ago The Universal Declaration of Human Rights spoke for every person on the earth. In the distribution and receipt of human rights all people irrespective of class, race, gender or faith should be equal. Today whether it is in Iraq, Guantanamo Bay, Chechnya or Sudan, human rights are under threat from a war being waged by governments everywhere on our fundamental rights and liberties. In our view, where there are no rights, there is no justice, and where there is no justice there is no peace and security.

Peace & Progress
PO Box 9497, Birmingham B24 9ZY

Peace & Progress is a voluntary organisation defending human rights. A conference will be held in London on November 27 to found a party of human rights. The new party of Peace & Progress will stand candidates in the next general election and will work with others for a government of peace and progress.