Bill | 11.06.2008 16:29 | Migration
Refugee Week programme docs (in various forms) are attached.
The week actually starts on Friday 13th June with a public meeting, food and live music at the SUMAC Centre on the evening of Friday 13th.
The official launch of the week takes place on Saturday 14th June: See Flyer for other events
Small World Kitchen and No Borders present an evening of discussion, traditional African vegan food and live music.
No Borders Nottingham is part of a national and international network that believes that all national borders, legal and physical, need to be abolished, and that ordinary people across the planet should have the right to move, live and work wherever they want. On a practical level we are involved in self-help and solidarity activity in vulnerable migrant communities and between migrants and the host community, as well as offering support to asylum seekers whose ‘leave to remain’ is threatened.
Venue: SUMAC Centre, 245 Gladstone Street, Forest Fields
Time: 6.30pm – 11pm
Contact: Bill Walton / email@example.com / www.nobordersnottingham.org.uk
FAMILY FUN DAY
A day of arts activities and workshops for all the family.
SATURDAY 14TH JUNE FROM 11 - 3PM
Face painting, fun photos and badge-making Percussion, puppets and painting workshopsMask-making and print workshopsKurdish and Brazilian dance workshops
Play area for young children.
Community information stalls, music and food from around the world.Food served between 12.30 - 1.30
IST FLOOR, CENTRAL LIBRARY, ANGEL ROW