DON'T PANIC VISITED LIBERTY'S ART EXHIBITION TO SAVE THE HUMAN RIGHTS ACT

Don't Panic Visited Liberty's Art Exhibition To Save The Human Rights Act
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DON'T PANIC VISITED LIBERTY'S ART EXHIBITION TO SAVE THE HUMAN RIGHTS ACT



Written by Dont Panic
03 Friday 03rd June 2016

A group of artists have put together an exhibition inspired by Liberty's campaign to protect the Human Rights Act from being scrapped. Creative forces such as the Chapman brothers, Ruth Ewan, Harland Miller and Sue Webster have contributed works that muse on civil liberties and the transformative power of art. Taking place at the Paul Stolper Gallery in London, from Thursday 2 June - Sat 4 June 2016, here are some pictures from the event. Check out more info here.

Here we have Martha Spurrier. Spurrier, a barrister, is the new director of Liberty following the important work of Shami Chakrabarti. Previously she has working alongside the mental healthy charity Mind and as night lawyer for The Guardian; Spurrier champions the health service, opposes cuts to legal aid and promotes civil liberties as outlined in the threatened Human Rights Act.

 

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