UPDATE: The full minutes are now available here
We held our monthly meeting on 11 September and a number of items were discussed some of which will be separately posted [P].
- the treasurer reported we had around £334 in the bank. The funds promised from one of the school groups have not arrived
however and he will chase this up
- North Korea. We have a speaker – Bona Shin – for the November meeting so we will hold it in Sarum College [P].
- Lesley presented the death penalty report which will be separately posted. Executions continue apace in Saudi Arabia, Florida and Texas [P].
- Peter gave an update on progress with the Magna Carta celebrations next year and said that we have held our third meeting with Seif at the Cathedral and arrangements were proceeding well. Caroline was hoping to prepare tapestry with all the regional groups contributing a panel each to illustrate an aspect of the Human Rights Act. Fiona is working with S Wilts on the idea of a film.
- Cathedral service. Jonathan will liaise with the Praecentor about dates and a speaker.
- there is to be a coffee morning on Saturday 20 September in St Thomas’s starting at 09:30.
- the second Citizenship day is to be held next month on 23 October run on similar lines to last year. There is to be a repeat of the competition with 3 prizes totalling £100 from a supporter. Peter is to contact the sixth form colleges and schools in the area [P].
- the forthcoming campaign against torture stall was discussed and will take place on 15 October in the Cheese Market [P].
- the film will take place again on 4 December at the Arts Centre and will be on the subject of Palestine. The speaker is Samiha Abdeljebar [P].
Full minutes will be posted soon.