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Where next for social justice?

September 6th 2018

Where next for social justice?

Join us as we mark another year of standing up for social justice in Wales, on the birthday of our namesake Aneurin Bevan.

Our director, Victoria Winckler, will deliver a keynote address reflecting on the state of Wales today and the prospects for eradicating poverty, inequality and injustice. Dr Kate Allatt, internationally-published author and acclaimed speaker, will describe her inspiring personal struggle. You’ll also find out our plans for the coming year.

All our supporters and anyone interested in making Wales a nation of prosperity, equality and justice are welcome to join us for drinks and cake. 

The event will be followed by our AGM from 7.30-8pm. We invite all supporters and individuals interested in learning more about the Bevan Foundation to attend.

Date: 15th November 2018

Time: 5.30 drinks, 6.00 talks, 7pm networking, 7.30pm AGM

Location: Norwegian Church, Cardiff


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