The ‘Freedom Talks’ have been an integral part of the festival programme since 2017 – this year we continued the conversation outside the festival with a special talk in March 2019 at the University of Hull to mark the anniversary of the Modern Slavery Act.
Once again, in partnership with University of Hull and the Wilberforce Institute we’re proud to present an accessible yet challenging talks, debates and participatory discussion programme.
The programme explores current challenges to human and civil rights with national and international artists, academics from the University of Hull and facilitators.
We want to open up the debate and connect artists, academics and the public to explore themes presented as part of the wider festival. It’s an opportunity for you to discuss current issues and challenges around all aspects of freedom. This year, we’re featuring panel discussions on
These talks are BSL Interpreted.