Bristol programme

Presented by NO2ID this parallel Convention will take place at Trinity Centre, Trinity Rd, Bristol.

This event is free (donations appreciated). No tickets needed, just turn up on the day.

09:15 – [Doors open]

09.15 Doors open

Open keynote address by Shami Chakrabaiti from Liberty

10.00-11-15 Live from London First Plenary: Citizen and the State, the crisis of liberty
Chair Georgina Henry (The Guardian)
Speakers: Dominic Grieve MP Shadow Attorney General
Helena Kennedy QC
Sir David Varney
Ken MacDonald (Former Director of Public Prosecutions)

11.15-11.30 Coffee

11.30-12.30 Trade Union Panel discussing Freedom and the working people
Chair; Charles Farrier (NO2ID and Oxford Stop CCTV Campaign)
Richard Arthur (Thomas Solicitors)
John McInally (PCS)
Paul Dyer (Barnstaple Trades Council
Ending with Q & A session

11.30.-12.30 Robin Anderson from Unlock Democracy will be
running a workshop in Room 2

12.30-1.30 Lunch

1.30-2.00 Juan Manual Biain Film-maker
Showing UK premiere of the trailer for his feature-length documentary ‘Article 12′

2.15-3.15 Politicians Panel Discussion
Chair Andrew Charlesworth (Bristol University)
Stephen Williams MP
Charlotte Leslie (Con)
Dr Mark Wright (Lib Dem)
Nick Foster (Green Party)
Molly Scott Cato (Green Party)
Zehra Zaidi (Con MEP Candidate)
Ending with a Q & A session

2.15-3.15 Charles Farrier (NO CCTV) and Ian Thomans (NO2ID) will be
running a workshop in Room 2

3.15-3.45 Coffee

Live from London
3.45-4.00 Second keynote address Philip Pullman, writer

4.00-5.00 Second Plenary: How do we secure modern liberty?

Chair: Anthony Barnett.
Speakers:Chris Hulme MP
Will Hutton
Chuka Umunna
Brian Eno
Afua Hirsh

5.00-5.15 Third keynote address: David Davis MP

For further information please contact:

If you are campaigning for liberty, based in the Midlands or South West and would like to facilitate a ‘meet the campaigners’ workshop, please get in touch via the e-mail address above. We have limited space available but will make every effort to accommodate your organisation.