Surviving the CTS Act 2015: What the CTS ACT means for you and your community
Are you a young Muslim? A member of an Isoc? A parent? A youth worker? An imam? A professional that works with young Muslims? A trustee of a charity? If so, you WILL BE affected by the new Counter-Terrorisim and Security Act 2015.
CAGE presents a series of UK-wide workshops on the implications of this legislation. From school children being questioned about their views on the Middle East to doctors being reported on by their colleagues, the significance of this law is wide-reaching.
The tour will also aim to build a strong coalition of communities that can build a national campaign to repeal this law.
Speakers will include lawyers, activists and CAGE spokesperson. You will hear of case studies, go through practical tips and also be able to ask legal professionals any questions you may have. Be the first to receive CAGE’s unique workshop
Blackburn – 3rd April 8pm-10pmOldham – 5th April, 8pm-10pmSheffield – 6th April, 1pm-4pmLeicester – 7th April, 8pm-10pmBradford – 8th April, 8pm-10pmNorwich – 9th April, 8pm-10pmLondon – 10th April, 6:30pm-9pm
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