This is an invitation to all concerned Human Rights activist, Organisations and Individuals to a Human Rights Symposium in the UK scheduled for the 25th of July in London. Proceedings will begin at 12:00 hrs at the Athlone Hall, Athlone Street, Kentish Town, London NW5 4LN.
The main purpose of the symposium is to highlight the deteriorating human rights situation and the imminent death penalty expansion.
On the 30th of June the Gambia’s National Assembly passed a bill to marginalise 99% of Gambians and promote a single Party system. Next on the National Assembly’s sight is the expansion of the Death Penalty which cannot go unchallenged.
The expansion of the death penalty is a very worrying development and failure to mount a significant opposition to it will only complete Jammeh’s armoury to legally execute any that dares oppose him. July 22nd 1994 changed our country forever!!
The Symposium on Human Rights in the Gambia will be held at the Athlone Hall, Athlone Street, Kentish Town, London NW5 4LN.
A Petition will be circulated on the day of the Symposium for all present to sign and the same Petition will be published online to encourage maximum signatories. Protest plans for the 15th of August will be discussed and progress at the Symposium. All those who abhor injustice are welcomed and urged to attend to highlight the ongoing repression and deteriorating Human Rights situation in The Gambia.
There will be some light refreshments provided on the day so please confirm your attendance for the Symposium.
Plans to meet and confirm the attendance of Amnesty, Human Rights Groups and MPs are currently being progressed.
Please keep in mind that the maximum capacity for the venue is 65 people and we’re also expecting guest Human Rights organisations to attend.
For more information on the venue please contact Abdulai Jobe and for information on the event contact Yusef Taylor (Flex Dan).
Abdulai Jobe – email@example.com
Written by Salifu Joof