Everyone Has The Right To Participate

2013-05-24 PalletsMural+
Pallets lined up in preparation for bonfires on the Twelfth (of July) in front of the human rights mural on the green behind Hopewell Crescent. A mural of the event being celebrated – King Billy (William Of Orange) crossing the Boyne river in 1690 – can be seen in the distance on the right. The words on the wall to the right read: “Where after all do universal human rights begin? … In small places close to home, so close & so small that they cannot be seen on any map of the world … such are the places that every man, woman & child seek equal justice, equal opportunity, equal dignity.”
In the image below, more pallets and a couch.
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Copyright © 2013 Extramural Activity
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text: mental health it affects us all sustainable employment required for all regeneration not gentrification to be treated with the utmost dignity and respect at all times right to a proper education
2013-05-24 Pallets+
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