The 17th National Miscarriage of Justice Day Conference
Saturday 13th October 2018
10am – 5pm
John Foster Building
80-98 Mount Pleasant
WHAT is it all about?
UAI is holding it's 17th annual conference in the John Foster Building. This excellent venue has once again been generously provided by the Liverpool John Moores University.
Please join us after the meeting at the Casa for an evening of networking and socialising.
The conference is free and open to everyone opposed to miscarriages of justice.
UAI is a non-profit-making organisation run by volunteers who have either suffered a miscarriage of justice or are supporting someone who has suffered a miscarriage of justice.
UAI is reliant solely on voluntary donations for its survival so please do consider making a donation in order for us to continue with this vital conference
DEAN SULLIVAN will chair UAI Conference
Dean is an actor, director and radio presenter probably best known for playing Jimmy Corkhill the lovable rogue from the television series Brookside, for which he won many awards including British Soap Special achievement award.
Dean is a long-time supporter of UAI, previously chairing the conference on 3 occassions.
KEVIN McMahon is the founder of UAI and Merseyside Against Injustice.
Kevin will introduce the day's events and explain the history and aims of UAI.
Kevin has been an active campaigner against injustice for over 25 years, his advice has been sought in many individual and high profile miscarriage of justice cases.
Michelle Diskin Bates
David James Smith
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NETWORKING/ Evening Entertainment
You are invited to join us after the conference at the CASA,29 Hope Street, a two-minute walk, to continue networking, socialising and winding down (and a bowl of scouse)
JOY FRANCE POET IN RESIDENCE UNITED AGAINST INJUSTICE
JOY FRANCE is to once again host our evening of entertainment and networking at the CASA, Hope Street just 2 minutes’ walk from the conference. ALL ARE WELCOME IT IS FREE
With Cathy Carter and Laura Taylor
Joy is the United Against Injustice Poet in Residence and Creative in Residence at Afflecks Manchester. Joy has literally been performing nationwide. Joy has a reputation for attracting the seriously weird.