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refugee awareness day

27 May, Friday, Falmer Campus, in various spaces in the Checkland building
Day event

– Find out more about the local migrant and refugee situation and how you can play your part
– Engage with local community groups
– Watch ‘Tasting my Future’ a film exploring how refugee women in Brighton cross cultural boundaries through cooking, followed by a Q&A session with Reem
– Images from ‘Refugee Tales’ with Avril Loveless


from 10.30 stalls from local community groups engaged in migrant & refugee solidarity including:
The School Bus Project
Schools of Sanctuary
Brighton and Hove Sanctuary on Sea
Doctors of the World
Refugees Welcome Crawley
Pop-up choir
Cake stall

11:00 Pop up choir singing Freedom Songs

11.30 ‘Tasting my Future’, a film exploring how Brighton refugee women cross cultural boundaries through cooking, followed by Q&A session

lunchtime: Pop up choir singing Freedom Songs

13:00 Words and images from Refugee Tales, a project of walking, performance and action. Introduction and film with Avril Loveless


Please come along and find out how you can help or contribute and turn a negative into a positive for our fellow human beings.

This event is linked to the University of Brighton Migrant and Refugee Solidarity Group’s (MARS) Refugee Month of May initiative: https://marsuob.wordpress.com