RACISM,LIBERTYAND THEWAR ONTERRORA CONFERENCE ORGANISED BY THEINSTITUTE OF RACE RELATIONSSATURDAY 16 SEPTEMBER 2006CONWAY HALL, CENTRAL LONDONINSTITUTE OF RACE RELATIONSCONFERENCE 2006With plenary speakers MOAZZAM BEGG,JEREMY CORBYN, GARETH PEIRCE, COLINPRESCOD, A. SIVANANDAN and SALMAYAQOOBAlso speaking: FAHAD ANSARI, FRANK ARNOLD,HARMIT ATHWAL, JENNY BOURNE, NAIMABOUTELDJA, VICTORIA BRITTAIN, TONY BUNYAN,LOUISE CHRISTIAN, DEBORAH COLES, SHOBHADAS, BEENA FARIDI, LIZ FEKETE, NADINE FINCH,EMMA GINN, ANNE GRAY, HSIAO HUNG-PAI,SAGHIR HUSSEIN, ARUN KUNDNANI, DANIELMACHOVER, HARRIS NYATSANZA, HERMANOUSELEY, TAUHID PASHA, ASAD REHMAN, DAVIDRENTON, DAVID ROSE, DANIEL SUKULA, FRANCESWEBBERBOOKING INFORMATIONTickets for the Racism, Liberty and the War onTerror conference are £15 for individuals and nonfundedorganisations, £25 for funded organisations,or free for refugees and asylum seekers. Ticketsinclude both buffet lunch (veg option available)and refreshments. For just £13 extra, you can takeadvantage of a special half-price individualsubscription to the IRR journal Race & Class.To book a ticket, please complete the form on page2 and post it, with payment, to: Institute of RaceRelations, 2–6 Leeke Street, London, WC1X 9HS.The Racism, Liberty and the War on Terrorconference is supported by the Allen LaneFoundation, Lipman-Miliband Trust, Network forSocial Change and Garden Court Chambers.The Institute of Race Relations is a company limited by guarantee.Registered in England no. 601929. Registered charity no. 223989.VAT registration no. 238 8869 01HOW TO GET THEREThe conference takes place on Saturday16 SEPTEMBER 2006, from 9.30am–5.00pm, atConway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL.Conway Hall25 Red Lion SquareLondon WC1R 4RLProctor St.Red LionSquareTHEOBALD’S ROADHIGH HOLBORNHolbornChanceryLaneThe nearest tube stations are Holborn and ChanceryLane. The following buses stop nearby: 1, 8, 25, 38,55, 59, 68, 91, 98, 188, 243, 521.There is metered parking available in Red LionSquare until 1.30pm, after which it is free.Access for people with restricted mobility isprovided on the ground floor. For more informationon the venue, see www.conwayhall.org.uk.For further information on the conference, or tofind out more about the work of the Institute ofRace Relations, please visit www.irr.org.uk, firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 020 7837 0041.www.irr.org.uk/conference2006
How should we respond to the attacks on our civil rights,refugee rights and our multicultural society – carried out inthe name of national security? Join leading campaigners,lawyers and thinkers in debating how we can defend ourliberties and our communities…BOOKING FORM (use one form per person)Tick one box only to indicate ticket type:Individual or non-funded organisation @ £15Funded organisation @ £25Refugee or asylum seeker @ freeName:Organisation (if any):Address:PROGRAMMEMORNING SESSIONSAFTERNOON SESSIONSPostcode:9.30 Registration10.00 Welcome address with ColinPrescod, chair of the Instituteof Race Relations (IRR)10.05 Keynote speeches byA. Sivanandan, director of theInstitute of Race Relations, andGareth Peirce, leading humanrights lawyer11.00 Break11.15 Morning panel discussions12.45 Lunch1.45 Afternoon panel discussions3.15 Break3.30 Final plenary with JeremyCorbyn MP, Salma Yaqoob,Birmingham councillor,Moazzam Begg, formerGuantánamo detainee, andColin Prescod5.00 Close1. THE IMPACT OF ANTI-TERRORPOWERS IN THE UKFahad Ansari (Islamic HumanRights Commission), Liz Fekete(IRR), Anne Gray (CAMPACC),Saghir Hussein (Stop PoliticalTerror)2. THE ATTACK ONMULTICULTURALISMArun Kundnani (IRR), LordOuseley (author of CommunityPride Not Prejudice report),A. Sivanandan (director, IRR),Salma Yaqoob (councillor,Birmingham Sparkbrook)3. DETENTION AND INCARCERATIONDr Frank Arnold (Medical JusticeNetwork), Harmit Athwal (IRR),Deborah Coles (Inquest), DanielMachover (human rights lawyer)4. COMBATING RACIAL VIOLENCEShobha Das (Support AgainstRacial Incidents), Beena Faridi(Islamic Human RightsCommission), David Renton(author), Jenny Bourne (IRR)A. CIVIL LIBERTIES: THE RACIALDIMENSIONLouise Christian (human rightslawyer), Arun Kundnani (IRR),Asad Rehman (Newham MonitoringProject)B. LIBERTY AND THE GLOBAL WARON TERRORNaima Bouteldja (journalist),Victoria Brittain (journalist andauthor), Tony Bunyan (director,Statewatch), Jeremy Corbyn MP,David Rose (journalist and author)C. CAMPAIGNING AGAINSTDEPORTATIONSLiz Fekete, (IRR), Emma Ginn(anti-deportations campaigner),Daniel Sukula (Sukula Family MustStay), Harris Nyatsanza (Zimbabweanhuman rights activist)D. DEFENDING INTERNATIONALCONVENTIONSNadine Finch (barrister), HsiaoHung-Pai (journalist), TauhidPasha (Joint Council for theWelfare of Immigrants), FrancesWebber (barrister)Telephone:Email:Tick this box to receive free weekly IRR News emailsTick this box to include a half-price subscriptionto the IRR’s journal Race & Class @ £13SESSION CHOICES: please select a first and secondchoice session for the morning and afternoon. We willtry our best to accommodate your preferences.Morning (1–4):Afternoon (A–D):1st Choice2nd ChoicePAYMENT: I would like to pay by (tick one box only):Cheque made payable to ‘Institute of Race Relations’Visa or Mastercard – enter card details belowName of card holder:Card number:Vaild from:Expiry date:Signature:SEND YOUR FORM, with payment, to: Institute of RaceRelations, 2–6 Leeke Street, London WC1X 9HS.