Speak Out Event – Afghanistan

12 May 2018

London

As part of Kali Theatre's War Plays Season - staged readings of 7 compelling new plays inspired by women’s experiences of global conflict spanning Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Iraq, Tibet, Bangladesh and occupied France.

To mark the 70th year since the ground-breaking Universal Declaration of Human Rights following the end of the Second World War, some of the best and most original voices in new theatre writing tell contemporary stories of courage, hope and determination amid the chaos, suspicion and displacement of war.

 

Speak Out Event – Afghanistan 

Award winning journalist Nadene Ghouri will be speaking alongside award winning photojournalist Kate Holt, both of whom have covered war zones for numerous UK newspapers. They will be joined by Elaha Walizadeh, co-founder of Afghan Women in the Diaspora and Dr Ayesha Ahmad,  a lecturer in Global Health with a PhD in ethics, who works primarily in mental health and Gender Based Violence.

Date:  12 May

Time: 16:30

Location: Tristan Bates Theatre, 1A Tower St, Covent Garden, WC2H 9NP

Tickets: £12/£10 Concs.

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