Free Speech in an Interconnected World

with Timothy Garton Ash

Sunday 22 May
2.30pm

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE LIFT AT DRAGON HALL IS CURRENTLY OUT OF ORDER AND ACCESS TO THE GREAT HALL FOR THESE EVENTS IS BY STAIRS ONLY.
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Timothy Garton Ash is a University of Oxford Professor, Guardian columnist and author of nine books of political writing. Free Speech: Ten Principles For a Connected World, argues that the way to achieve combined freedom and diversity is to have more and better freedom of speech, using as examples China’s Orwellian censorship, Charlie Hebdo and Nigella Lawson’s court case to propose a framework for civilised conflict in a world where we are all becoming neighbours.

Free Speech in an Interconnected World is part of our City of Literature Weekend

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Event runs: c. 60 minutes (no interval)

Visit Timothy Garton Ash's website here

City of Literature is presented in association with

Writers’ Centre Norwich
Writers’ Centre Norwich

UNESCO City of Literature
UNESCO City of Literature