11th September 1998 at 01:00

BITE THE MANGO Festival of Asian and African cinema at Pictureville Cinema, Bradford. Highlights include: The Storekeeper, which marked a watershed in South African cinema; The Milky Way, the first Israeli film by a Palestinian director; and a new print of the early Abbas Kiarastami film, The Traveller (Iran). Details: 01274 732277.


1997 A-LEVEL ENGLISH LITERATURE The Independent Appeals Authority for School Examinations will hear this appeal at 29 Bolton Street, London WC1Y 7PD, at 10am. Open to the public. Details: 0171 509 5348.


CITIZENSHIP PROJECT Last November, primary and secondary pupils put their concerns to MPs - who included Martin Bell and Paddy Ashdown - in 11 constituencies. This year, to celebrate Universal Child Rights Day, a week of children's constituency surgeries will be organised by UNICEF, supported by the National Union of Teachers. The project aims to inform children about the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and help them discuss democracy issues. Details: 0171 405 5592.

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