Join us to explore how arts, culture, education and the media can bring communities together and help change the conversation about refugees.
The Refugee Week Conference is a day of inspiration, workshops and discussion in preparation for Refugee Week (15-21 June), which for 2020 has the theme ‘Imagine’.
We’re delighted to be holding two national conferences for 2020 – click the links for more information, and to book your place:
1. Refugee Week Conference London
Amnesty International Human Rights Action Centre, 10 February 2020
2. Refugee Week Conference Bristol (in partnership with Bristol Refugee Festival)
Trinity Centre, 13 February 2020
Whether you’re involved in arts and culture, sports, education, activism, media, community work and/ or are from a refugee background yourself – and whether you’re a Refugee Week veteran, or getting involved for the first time – all are welcome!
If you are a Refugee Week regular, why not help us grow the movement by passing on an invite to someone who hasn’t been part of Refugee Week before?
The Refugee Week Conference is held in partnership with Platforma Arts and Refugees Network, and produced by Refugee Week UK Coordinators Counterpoints Arts.
Look forward to seeing you there!
Image: Chefs from Welcome Kitchen and friends at Refugee Week Conference 2019 (c) Ambrose Musiyiwa