Actor for Human Rights @ Beyond Borders Festival
March 30 @ 2:30 pm - 6:00 pm
The UK is set to leave the European Union on the 29th March. No one knows what this will look like, or even if it will happen, but what is certain is that the political landscape in Britain has changed. We have seen a rise in xenophobia, islamophobia and racism.
The UK is becoming more divided. It is more important than ever to recognise the power of grassroots activism, community organising and international solidarity.
On Saturday 30th of March, The People’s Film Club will be bringing together the best activist groups, charities, campaigns and art collectives in town for THE ACTIVIST FAIR, ft. Lesbians and Gays Support the Migrants, Khidr Collective, Counterpoints Arts, Sisters Uncut, Feminist Anti-Fascist Assembly, Unis Resist Border Controls, The Outside Project, Refugee Info Bus, Skin Deep, Streets Kitchen & many, many more.
Iceandfire will be sharing real stories from people about their experiences of seeking refuge and the uk asylum process. Artists from the RCA will be hosting an interactive art exhibition entitled ‘Mini, Mini Europe’. Plus more workshops to be announced!
Join us for an afternoon of workshops, performances, and the chance to chat with the grassroots movements fighting for an open and equal Britain.
The People’s Film Club is hosting BEYOND BORDERS, a festival of film, discussion, art, and performance celebrating the power of collaboration and international solidarity.
All funds raised will go to refugee and migrant support projects, led by L’Auberge des Migrants and Médecins Sans Frontières.
Come and join the conversation… #BeyondBordersBAC