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PostPosted: Thu May 25, 2006 3:48 pm    Post subject: RefugeeWeek 19th-25th June 2006 Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 01, 2006 5:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This thread should be for adding infrmation about any Refugee week events that you're organsing or attending...
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 09, 2006 10:08 am    Post subject: this sounds great... Reply with quote

Invitation to the launch of Asylum Monologues from Actors for Refugees

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‘you know before the war in my country, I was not even thinking about coming here. I was happy. I was with my family, everything was OK. Why should I want to go? But things happen.'


This is happening at Amnesty on Sunday 25 June at the end of Refugee Week.

Asylum Monologues is an account of the UK’s asylum system, told first hand by the people who have experienced it.

5pm, Sunday 25th June at Amnesty International’s Human Rights Action Centre, 17-25 New Inn Yard, London EC2A 3EA. Map

Seating is strictly limited. Please RSVP to actors_for_refugees@yahoo.co.uk or call 0791 351 3567 before June 15 to secure tickets.

by Ice & fire - Sonja Linden's company - I saw an excellent play of hers about a Rwandan asylum seeker, she has also worked with the medical foundation.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 13, 2006 5:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

a whole list of events, starting tomorrow!! Very Happy

Wednesday 14/06/2006
Forced to Leave
Poetry performed by established exiled poets with an Eritrean restaurant dinner.
Poetry between the courses with established poets:Ziba Karbassi (Iran) Alfredo Cordal (Chile) and Amna Dumpor (Bosnia)
Zigni House, 330 Essex Road, Islington, N1 3PB
19.00 - 22.30
Exiled Writers Ink
0208 458 1910


Sunday 18/06/2006
Barnet Refugee Festival
The day will include:•Speakers (to include an MP and councillor)•Music and dance performances from Iran, Afghanistan, Sudan, Kurdistan, Somalia•A short film made by a group of Somali youngsters•Poetry & short story competition on the theme “safety in a strange land” (from Barnet Secondary School students)•A fashion show•Children’s activities and competitions•Stalls by various service providers and voluntary organisations•Exhibition on why people seek sanctuary•Food from the refugee community
Multicultural Community Centre, Algernon Road, NW4 3TA
13:00 - 18.00
Barnet Refugee Service
02082093692


Monday 19/06/2006
ESCAPE FROM VIETNAM
We have produced a short film documenting the boat people's escape from Vietnam.The story of their escape is as sensational as it is atrocious.
We will hold a launch event showcasing the film.Traditional food and drink will be on offer.
AN VIET HOUSE, 12-14 ENGLEFIELD RD, N1 4LS
12.30 - 19.00
An Viet Foundation
02072757780


Monday 19/06/2006
Refugee Week Awareness
This is a launch event coupled with a mini seminar. The theme of the seminar will focus on forced migration with guest speakers from local and national government/policy makers and professionals working with issues related to new arrivals and refugees
The event will entail a main speaker on the subject of forced migration. Issues related to challenges facing these migrants and their host community will be highlighted and discussed in a group format.
Council Chamber, Civic Center, Hounslow, TW3 4DN
10.00 - 13.00
Hounslow Refugee Forum
0208583 25 25


Thursday 22/06/2006
Celebrating Somalia
'A celebration of the culture and contributions of our friends from Somalia.'. Snapshots of work done by the children from Salusbury Primary School and other young people in the area. With exhibitions, food, music and other highlights!
Kilburn Library, Salusbury Road, NW6 6NL
16.00 - 18.00
Salusbary World
020 7372 2244


Thursday 22/06/2006
Community United
a FUN 5-a-side football tournament of Refugee Community teams versus Local Business Teams. Plus! food and culture from the diverse local community and a celebration of the efforts of refugee community organisations in LB Hammersmith &Fulham.
Bishop Creighton House, 378 Lillie Road, Fulham, SW6 7PN
17.00 - 21.00
Hammersmith and Fulham Refugee Forum
Abbi – 02073869060


Thursday 22/06/2006
Liberia: A fragile peace
We will be screening a film based on the last years as of Liberian history.Steven Ross, the director of the film from the University of Ohio will also be present for a question and answer session after the screening of the documentary.
Ritzy Cinema, Coldharbour lane, Brixton, SW9 8BB
18.30 - 20.30
The Women's Empowerment Project
0790 888 4401


Thursday 24/06/2006
Festival
Festival of free food, music, cultural performances and showcasing community groups
Central Park, High Street South, East ham, E6
12.00 -18.30
Hand in Hand Refugee Forum
07956610762


Saturday 24/06/2006
Refugee Voices
Message in music, song and dance. Communities from around the world coming together to celebrate the rich culture and traditions they bring to the UK.
Event will include music from congo, kurdistan, latim america, Somalia etc., Artifacts from Ghana and across Africa
KURDISH CULURAL CENTRE, 14 STANNARY STREET, SE11 4AA
15.00 -19.00
LONDON REFUGEE VOICE
0207 7350 918 / 0208-743-8246


Thursday 29/06/2006
Hillingdon Refugee Week
A unique celebration of arts and culture by Hillingdon's diverse communities. Refugee music, food, dance and information sharing will be part of this.
Uxbridge College, Hayes Community Campus, College Way, Off Coldharbour Lane, Hayes, Middlesex, UB3 3BB
14.00 - 20.00
HILLINGDON REFUGEE FORUM
01895 422 699


Thursday 01/06/2006 until Saturday 01/07/2006
Another City - An exhibition of paintings by Nagat M A El-Mahi
Nagat is a Sudanese painter and designer, born in El-Fasher, Darfur in 1972. She held many solo and group exhibitions in Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Dubai, Egypt, Libya, Chad, Germany and most recently in Paris, April 2005. In her most recent series of paintings, Nagat has been experimenting with the theme of alleyways - exploring the politics of contested space and exit from a Muslim woman's point of view.
Oval House Theatre Gallery, 52 - 54 Kennington, London, SE11 5SW
tbc
Refugees & the Arts Initiative
020 7582 0080


Sunday 18/06/2006 - Friday 23/06/2006
A Moving Image
Exhibition of Art Work produced by children (ages 7 to 14) from 10 schools in London and 10 schools in Sierra Leone depicting the concept of displacement.
Diorama Arts Centre, 34 Osnaburgh Street, NW1 3ND
10.00 - 20.00
SLWT
020 8333 6748


Monday 19/06/2006 – Friday 07/07/2006
Photography and Cultural awareness
Photographic Exhibition by 60 refugee children based in London
The Leighton House Museum, 12 Holland Park Road, W14 8LZ
11.00 - 17.30
Sudanese Mothers For Peace
020 7602 3316
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 15, 2006 4:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i attended the exiledink writers evening at zigni house last night - it was great!!

one of our colleagues from UEL was reading poetry from her book.

lovely food too!!
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