From now until December, Human Rights Watch will be offering a virtual book club series exploring a range of human rights issues through the lens of award-winning novels and non-fiction. Pairing leading authors with Human Rights Watch’s brilliant researchers, the series will discuss issues of race, identity and democracy and featuring best-selling authors such as Afua Hirsch, Elif Shafak and Hisham Matar. The first in the series will be hosted by Afua Hirsch author, barrister and journalist, on the 13th August from 6.30-7.30pm BST discussing her best-selling book Brit(ish): On Race, Identity and Belonging. Join here now!
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