'Young People Voicing Peace' Schools Conference

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20 September 2017
10.00 - 17.00

Organiser: WCIA

Location: Cardiff Bay

Pierhead Building

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The Heritage Lottery funded ‘Wales for Peace’ project based in the Welsh Centre for International Affairs in partnership with the National Assembly for Wales and Ffotogallery, is organising a national schools’ conference in the Pierhead Building, Cardiff Bay on 20 September, 2017.  

The conference is timed to coincide with the 14-18NOW Poppies Weeping Window and Photojournalist Lee Stowe’s “Poppies: Women, War and Peace” Exhibitions in the Senedd.  Participating schools will have the opportunity to visit these installations and use them as inspiration during conference workshops.

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Cardiff

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