Human rights, Lyme Regis

PUBLISHED: 12:23 01 May 2010 | UPDATED: 01:12 16 June 2010

THE Lyme Regis group of Amnesty International will be holding a talk on human rights in Zimbabwe.

THE Lyme Regis group of Amnesty International will be holding a talk on human rights in Zimbabwe.

The presentation will take place at Hallett Court, Queen's Walk, at 5.30pm on Monday, May 17.

Two visiting speakers will talk about the situation in the country based on their experience. Afterward there will be a discussion.

Stephen Zenda, who was born in Zimbabwe and lived there until 2002, worked with the UN and NGOs on agricultural projects in the country. Franco Henwood was Amnesty International UK's country co-ordinator for Zimbabwe.

The event is free and everyone is welcome. For more information call 01297 445707.


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