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THANK YOU to everyone who took part in the first ever virtual Refugee Week.

From online gigs to community cook-a-longs, national media stories to activities in schools, it was a week of celebration, solidarity and collective imagining that we hope will continue to have an impact long after the week is over.

A special shout out to the hundreds of organisers across the UK who rose to the challenge at a difficult time, holding a total of over 350 virtual events – you are an inspiration.

Your Feedback

We’d love to hear more about your experience of Refugee Week. Sharing your feedback will help us understand the reach and impact the festival had, so we can build on this next year and beyond.

  • If you organised a Refugee Week event or activity, please do share your feedback via the form below. We’d also like to invite you to join us for a Refugee Week network debrief via Zoom next Friday 3 July at 11am - sign up here.

  • If you joined an online event or activity, we’d be grateful if you could share your feedback via the ‘attendee’ form below.

The deadline for both forms is Friday 10 July - thank you!

Organisers: Share Feedback
Attendees: Share Feedback
What's (still) On

Refugee Week may be over for another year, but there’s still plenty online to revisit or discover.

See our latest blog post for a selection of things to watch, listen to, explore or read that were created or shared for Refugee Week 2020.

If you are holding ongoing events or projects, do let us know.

Join the Refugee Week Slack Community

We’re looking at creating a Slack (online community) for people involved/ interested in Refugee Week to network and share resources and ideas.

If you are interested in finding out more, please email

Counterpoints Arts

128 Hoxton St, London, N1 6SH, London
United Kingdom

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