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    The North West will again be celebrating Refugee Week with a fantastic range of exciting and diverse events.

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MANCHESTER, 24 July 2017 - Megan Nankabirwa ( blue hair tips) and her partner Lydia Nabukenya in Manchester's gay village. The pair fled Uganda,  where homosexuality is outlawed, after they were discovered to be in a relationship.
Christopher Thomond  for The Guardian.
This Is Who I Am 15/06/2019
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
pin St Chad’s College,, Durham Durham ‘Then they separated us. We tried to say no, we applied for asylum as a couple. They say we don’t have any civil evidence that [...] View event
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Ladies’ Celebration of Dance 20/06/2019
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Sahara Centre, Preston Lancashire Join us for a celebration of dance from around the world. We will have teachers to lead dancing from different cultures, to a varied soundtrack [...] View event
Makers' Market 22/06/2019
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
People’s Production Lab, Preston Lancashire Refugees and asylum seekers bring with them many talents. Join us to see crafts and handiwork from around the globe and maybe take home a [...] View event
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An Evening of Entertainment 22/06/2019
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
People’s Production Lab, Preston Lancashire Refugees and asylum seekers contribute a great wealth of culture to both our city and country.  We welcome members of the local community to join [...] View event
MANCHESTER, 24 July 2017 - Megan Nankabirwa ( blue hair tips) and her partner Lydia Nabukenya in Manchester's gay village. The pair fled Uganda,  where homosexuality is outlawed, after they were discovered to be in a relationship.
Christopher Thomond  for The Guardian.
This Is Who I Am @ The People's History Museum 23/06/2019
12:00 am
The People’s History Museum, Manchester ‘Then they separated us. We tried to say no, we applied for asylum as a couple. They say we don’t have any civil evidence that [...] View event
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