Wednesday, 30 July 2014

New dates for your diary!

Some regular meetings and exciting events are coming up in the next months! 
So please note them down and be aware of any changes or additional details, which might emerge later on.
Sunday 10 August 2014 – Kahaila CafĂ©, 10:30am.
Tuesday 26 August 2014 – Cable Street, 20:00-21:30.
Sunday 14 September 2014 – The Water Poet, 19:00.
Tuesday 23 September 2014
196 Cable Street, 20:00-21:30.
Some highlights:
Pub Quiz The Water PoetSunday 14 September 2014
We are coming together to challenge our brains and to have fun. Join us and make use of your knowledge! We expect quizees arriving from 18:30 on and the event officially starts at 19:00. Please find here a link to the location on the map. 

Recent events:
Social media training  Tuesday 27 May 2014
We had a useful knowledge-sharing session on the use of Twitter, Facebook Pinterest and on blogging for campaigning.
We are present on Twitter, so you can follow us on @AIUKCTH and you can read our posts or write your own on Facebook.

Screening of the film ‘Burma VJ: Reporting from a Closed Country’  Tuesday 24 June 2014
Screening of a documentary on the Saffron Revolution against the military regime in Burma, followed by a Q&A session with one of the key authors of the film. 

Meeting Minutes from 22/07/2014

You can find it here.

Saturday, 14 June 2014

Meeting minutes from 08/06/2014

You can find it here 

Join us tomorrow for the 'Celebrating Sanctuary' event!

This event is going to kick off Refugee Week. Our group is helping run the 'Snakes and Ladders game'. 
When:  on Sunday 15 June (1.30pm-7pm)
Where: at Bernie Spain Gardens, near the Oxo Tower (Upper Ground, South Bank, SE1 9PH). 

Tuesday, 10 June 2014

The screening of the film ‘Burma VJ: Reporting from a Closed Country’ is approaching! Please join us!

Dear members and friends!

We are delighted to inform you that on 24 June, at AIUK Human Rights Action Centre we are showing the film which reveals the incredible bravery of Burmese video journalists during the Saffron Revolution in 2007. Please come around for the screening, ask questions from one of the filmmakers and join us for a small reception.

The event is free, but if you feel like donating, please do not hesitate to do so.
We encourage you to drop an email to, in case you'd like to attend.
Looking forward to seeing you there!