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The Spark: 16 – 21 June

The Spark is a free week of workshops, films, discussions, poetry, music, art and more, looking at the fight for social justice in the UK and around the world.

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Monday 16 – Saturday 21 June, St Peter’s Community Hall, 56 Warner Place, London, E2 7 DA (Bethnal Green)

See the full programme >> www.thesparkspace.org/whats-on

Whether you’re angry about injustice in the world and ready to do something; want to have a more in depth conversations about issues that interest you;  gain practical skills for social change; explore social justice issues through the arts; share experiences from and ideas about grassroots movements; meet people and make new connections; or all of these things, this event is for you!

There is a really wide range of daytime workshops, evening films, music and debates on offer covering issues from film making to young people’s human rights, from the environment to economics.  Plus, a full day on Saturday focusing on intersectionality and liberation, and a wrap up party with performances from the week on Saturday night.

See the programme >> www.thesparkspace.org/whats-on

Sign up >>  Everything at the Spark is free to attend, but please sign up for workshops on line to ensure you get a place. Sign up at www.thesparkspace.org/whats-on

Spread the word >> Please help us spread the word by sharing the event on facebook and twitter!

The Spark is organised by a group of social justice organisations including Jubilee’s Economic Justice Project.

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