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Sheffield Environment Weeks 2024

Various places around Sheffield
Sheffield Environment Weeks run from Saturday 27th April to Wednesday 5th June this year (2024). Sheffield can be proud of the hundreds of activities that make up Sheffield Environment Weeks, which has run for many years. They range from talks on a range of subjects, to projects like urban agriculture and wildlife conservation. Volunteers do the hard work all year…
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Organisational Diagrams for Everyday Life

Bloc Gallery, 71 Eyre Lane, Sheffield S1 4RB
Mass culture prioritises efficient use of time. Terms like ‘the daily routine’ and ‘time-poor’ exclude and devalue those who don’t fit into a narrow understanding of work ethic. Often built around ableist ideals, efficiency can damage relationships and lead to burnout, above all in disabled people. Through conversation and use of flowcharts and diagramming, artist Helen Stratford invites participants to…
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Africa Day

Creative Hub, 11 Rockingham Gate, Sheffield
A joyful day marking the annual celebration of African unity. There will be music, dance, poetry, games and food throughout. A warm Utopia Theatre welcome to all visitors, and brilliant cultural activities for people of all ages! Africa Day is an important moment in the calendar, to recognise Africa as a continent and showcase its wonderfully rich culture, heritage and…
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Free Community Meal

Outside SADACCA, 48 The Wicker, Sheffield, S3 8JB
Sheffield Radical Mutual Aid Network offer a free community meal on the last Saturday of every month, outside SADACCA (Sheffield And District African/Caribbean centre) at 48 The Wicker, Sheffield, S3 8JB. Food is usually served until about 3pm, stay for a chat if you wish. Pay whatever you can. (In solidarity, not charity.) Meals, drinks and roadside seating provided!
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The Destruction of Healthcare in Gaza

Lecture Theatre 2, C Floor, Sheffield Medical School, Beech Hill Road, Broomhall, S10 2RX
A panel discussion with Professor Nick Maynard and Dr Arif Khwaja on the systematic destruction of the Gazan health sector by the Israeli government. Professor Maynard is a consultant gastrointestinal surgeon at Oxford University Hospital. Since 2010 he has been to Gaza almost every year, usually leading a group of medics who teach students and junior doctors. In January he…
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Public meeting: 'Israel's Genocide: Who can be held to account?'

Central United Reformed Church, 60 Norfolk Street, Sheffield S1 2JB
A public meeting, all welcome, on the topic of the terrible continuing genocide being committed by the Israeli state in Gaza. Speakers: Dan Furner, Human Rights lawyer Mira Naseer, Legal Officer, The International Centre for Justice
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