Asylum Monologues – Nottingham
The event will take place at ThirtyFive Gamble, 35 Gamble Street, Nottingham, NG7 2EF, 7-9pm; and along with our performance will include a mini-documentary; a short film by Dan Burwood and discussions with Zimbabwean refugees and local council members. The event aims to, “Introduce the public to different networks in the refugee arena; to challenge some potential right wing conceptions and increase knowledge and awareness of local refugee issues in the region”. Open to the public.
AFHR Presentation and Performance – Birmingham
Envision have invited us to help launch their latest community projects at an event for 400 16-19 year olds at Aston Villa Football Ground, with a presentation and performance to highlight the plight of refugees on Human Rights Day. Envision’s young people run their own projects in the community, tackling a range of issues from homelessness to knife crime, and this event is the launch for these projects. The aim of the event is to inspire the young people to implement their projects, whilst also providing them with the opportunity to meet community groups, corporate representatives, and other young people who are passionate about making a positive contribution to their community. To learn more about Envision and their work, please click here. This is a closed event.