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Now is the time to

Stand in solidarity

Defend our diversity


and together

Imagine a different world.

Spread the Word

Refugee Week 2020 is a space for communities to connect and come together. It is an opportunity for all of us to grow our understanding of displacement, and stand with refugees.

Help Refugee Week reach new people and share your involvement by spreading the word on your social media channels, using the new Refugee Week 2020 Social Media Pack. The pack has a range of suggested posts from now up until the end of Refugee Week, and includes blank templates for promoting your own Refugee Week event.

Together we can widen our circle and welcome new voices and audiences - thank you!

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What's On
More events

Selected highlights from Refugee Week’s first ever virtual programme. If you’re holding an event, don’t forget to add it to the Refugee Week online calendar here.

15 June
In conversation with Waad Al-Kateab (For Sama)

Join the International Organization for Migration and Action for Sama for a live online conversation with Emmy award-winning director of For Sama, Waad Al-Kateab. Book here

Now - Refugee Week
Giant Doll's House

Make your own miniature home and be part an international Virtual Giant Dolls’ House for Refugee Week 2020, supported by Oxfam and London Festival of Architecture. Read more

7 - 21 June
Together Workshops by PSYCHEdelight

The theatre company behind ‘Borderline’ invite people of all ages, cultures and languages to dream and have fun together, responding to the theme of ‘imagine’. Starts this Sunday. Read more

19 June
Nyaruach – Singing Resilience

Counterpoints Arts presents southern Sudan-born singer Nyaruach, in collaboration with her brother Emmanuel Jal. A Refugee Week debut by an artist who is here to stay. Read more

Lifting the Lid on Immigration Detention

Ben & Jerry’s present Ice and Fire’s Detention Dialogues, 17 June

Havens East Online Exhibition

New exhibition telling the untold stories of Basque child refugees, 12–21 June

Seyed Ali Jaberi and the Hamdel Ensemble Performance

Community Arts NorthWest present Sufi compositions bringing Rumi's poetry to life, 14-21 June

Migrateful Cookery Classes

Chefs from refugee backgrounds teach vegan and vegetarian dishes from around the world, 15-18 June

In case you missed it...

The Refugee Week 2020 Children & Young People’s activity pack is out now, containing creative activities, films and learning resources for ages 5-18

Moving Worlds is now live: a special selection of features and short films curated by Counterpoints Arts, available to watch at home for Refugee Week 2020

Join us at 11am today for a session on running arts workshops online

Counterpoints Arts

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

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