Oxford Brookes University has a great reputation for events which highlight human rights issues. Not just the Human Rights Festival, but also events for Black History Month, LGBT History Month and many others. Here are some coming up. Check out the Brookes Events web pages for more.
Oxford Brookes University Documentary Club
Every Thursday - 7pm - during semester time - John Henry Brookes Lecture Theatre. More details and the full progrmame here.
Everything is connected
Tuesday 25 September, 6pm. Union Hall, John Henry Brookes Building.
A lively discussion about peace, justice, and climate change. Organised by Oxford Brookes University Multifaith Chaplaincy in association with Brookes Union, Brookes Union LGBTQ+ Society, and Oxford Brookes LGBT+ Staff Forum. More details here.
Black History Month
Various locations on campus throughout October 2018. Full details of the programme and reviews of previous year's events can be found on the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion pages of the Oxford Brookes website.
Athi-Patra Ruga: Of Gods, Rainbows and Omissions.
Monday 1 October, 6pm. Main Lecture Theatre, John Henry Brookes Building.
Oxford Brookes Fine Art Research unit welcome world-renowned South-African artist, Athi-Patra Ruga, who will be in coversation with artist and writer, Linda Stupart. More details here.
LGBT History Month
Various locations on campus throughout February 2019.