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Title In Conversation with Kumi Naidoo: Affluenza, the greatest threat to humanity
Date Wed 11 Nov
Event Lecture
Time 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Venue Online
Contact artsandculture@canterbury.ac.uk or Tel: 01227 922994
Price Free

An exciting opportunity hear and engage in a discussion with Kumi Nadioo, the former Secretary General of Amnesty International. A seasoned activist in South Africa during its struggle against apartheid, Kumi Naidoo has never lost his broad vision, deep commitment to people and planet, and his capacity to catalyze communities and movement for justice across issues, sectors and borders. At the age of 15, Kumi became an anti-apartheid activist. He was deeply involved in neighbourhood organization, youth work in his community, the underground movement, and mass mobilizations against the apartheid regime. His anti-apartheid activities led to his expulsion from high school. Kumi currently serves on the International Council of Transparency International. Kumi Naidoo is recognized internationally as a forceful advocate for human rights, gender equity, economic justice and environmental justice.

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