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I hope this finds you and your community well and safe.

Many thanks to everyone who responded to our last message to let us know about your plans and ideas for Refugee Week 2020.

In response, we've decided to hold a video conference to share more about how you can get involved in Refugee Week, and the support and resources that will be available.

As you may know, Refugee Week 2020 will take place online through a range of digital performances and interactive activities, 15-21 June. 

We hope you'll get involved by taking part in the online programme, or holding an activity of your own.

If you're interested in hearing more, do join us on Zoom at on Tuesday 12 May at 11am.

Organisations, individuals, old hands and those who are new to Refugee Week - everyone is welcome (and if you're new to Zoom, don't worry - we'll send out full instructions).

Follow the link below for more details, and to book your free place.

Hope to see you there!

Warm wishes,




As part of its move online, Migration Matters Festival is commissioning new artistic work on the theme of ‘Imagine’, deadline 15 May

Bristol Refugee Festival is open for applications for online events, deadline 6 May

Counterpoints Arts is looking for new recruits for the No Direction Home stand-up comedy collective, no previous experience required

Refugee Week leader Md Mominul Hamid has set up his own food bank for fellow asylum seekers and others who need support in his community in Newcastle

Counterpoints Arts

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

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