Queen Mary Pro Bono Society is screening a short documentary film EveryDay Borders which focuses on restricted situations of refugees arrived in the U.K., and after the movie joined by experts and the director himself they are going to discuss several issues pointed out in the movie.

The panels will include:

Professor Elspeth Guild from Queen Mary,
Senior Fellow Stefanie Grant from Centre for Human Rights at LSE
Dr Sarah Singer from the Refugee Law Initiative / School of Advances Studies
The documentary producer Dr Georgie Wemyss.

When:

6th March 18:00-20:00

Where:

Bancroft 1.13, Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, E1 4NS

More Info:

Register here for a free entry:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/re-centralising-the-migrant-debate-around-human-rights-the-global-compact-on-refugees-and-migrants-tickets-32289999257?aff=es2

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