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Monday 20th

Islington Centre 20th Anniversary Party: Islington Centre for Refugees and Migrants is celebrating its 20th anniversary!

Listen: Giving a Voice to RefugeesA pop-­up souListen: Giving a Voice to RefugeesA pop-­up sound installation exhibition, dedicated to giving a voice to refugees whose voices are not heard, by allowing the community to listen to the individual stories of why people are migrating from a migrant’s perspective.nd installation exhibition, dedicated to giving a voice to refugees whose voices are not heard, by allowing the community to listen to the individual stories of why people are migrating from a migrant’s perspective. 

Tuesday 21st

Listen: Giving a Voice to Refugees: A pop-­up sound installation exhibition, dedicated to giving a voice to refugees whose voices are not heard, by allowing the community to listen to the individual stories of why people are migrating from a migrant’s perspective.

London Welcomes Refugees – How You Can Help Workshop: This hands-on workshop is intended for the London community to take local action to aid the recent arrival of refugees.

 

Shelter from the Storm: Stories of Refugee Life: This event will share the individual stories from refugees and migrants from a wealth of regions and conflict zones both past and present.

Wednesday 22nd

Listen: Giving a Voice to RefugeesA pop-­up sound installation exhibition, dedicated to giving a voice to refugees whose voices are not heard, by allowing the community to listen to the individual stories of why people are migrating from a migrant’s perspective.

Thursday 23th

Listen: Giving a Voice to RefugeesA pop-­up sound installation exhibition, dedicated to giving a voice to refugees whose voices are not heard, by allowing the community to listen to the individual stories of why people are migrating from a migrant’s perspective.

Friday 24th

My Escape from North Korea: KCL Amnesty International will be hosting a panel discussion with Young-II Kim, a North Korean refugee and founder of PSCORE Organisation (People for Successful Corean Reunification).

Saturday 25th

Listen: Giving a Voice to Refugees: A pop-­up sound installation exhibition, dedicated to giving a voice to refugees whose voices are not heard, by allowing the community to listen to the individual stories of why people are migrating from a migrant’s perspective.


 

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