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event report: Awareness, Analysis, Action

On Tuesday 18th October MARS organised an evening of exchange and debate on the ‘refugee crisis’, focusing on three themes: Awareness, Analysis, Action. The students’ and the public’s response was impressive. Sallis Benney Theatre was in full capacity! Continue reading event report: Awareness, Analysis, Action


What can I DO? Refugee Solidarity Activism

… in case you wondered what types of actions you could take
in a local, national, and international level,
in solidarity of refugees and migrants in the UK and across Europe …


Put pressure on Brighton and Hove city council to offer more accommodation to refugees and to demand that the government accepts more refugees in the UK. Continue reading What can I DO? Refugee Solidarity Activism

“Refugee crisis”: Awareness, analysis, action


An evening of exchange and debate on the “refugee crisis”

Tuesday 18th October, 5.30pm – Sallis Benney theatre, University of Brighton

Confirmed roundtable speakers:

Marienna Pope-Weidemann, Independent journalist and volunteer

Gholam Khiabany, Senior Lecturer in Media and Communications, Goldsmiths

Richard Williams, Sanctuary on Sea

Marie-Bénédicte Dembour, Professor of Law and Anthropology, University of Brighton Continue reading “Refugee crisis”: Awareness, analysis, action

solidarity in Brighton

Here is a list to the groups working in solidarity with the migrants and refugees in UK and abroad

Brighton2Calais: organises convoys of essential supplies from Brighton to refugees in the camp in Calais.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Brighton2Calais/

Brighton Migrant Solidarity: a grass-roots community and campaign group working to support migrants in Brighton and beyond.Brighton Migrant Solidarity run the Thousand41000 campaign which aims to recruit 1000 donators to each donate just £1 per month to provide secure rented accommodation for vulnerable migrants in the
Brighton and Hove area. They also run a Destitution Solidarity Fund and the Spare Room Network. Continue reading solidarity in Brighton