Events are coming up for Refugee Week, including an online QARN-Woodbrooke meeting on 16 June 2022 – details below
Refugee Week: https://refugeeweek.org.uk/
16 June to 1 July, Carrs Lane Church Birmingham:
Past events: 25 May 2022: Migrants Organise ONLINE RALLY: End The Hostile Environment! #10YearsTooLong #SolidarityKnowsNoBorders
Details of the coming campaign in June will be released at an online rally on 25 May 6pm , featuring a powerful lineup of speakers on the frontlines of the fight for migrant justice. Make sure to register here to receive further information about the week of action! (see below)
13 – 19 June 2022: Migrants Organise: #10YEARSTOOLONG: WEEK OF ACTION TO END THE HOSTILE ENVIRONMENT
The Solidarity Knows No Borders Community of Resistance is calling for a Week of Action to End the Hostile Environment, this 13-19 June.
Tuesday 14 June 6pm, Leamington Spa: Refugees Welcome – Stop Rwanda
16 June 2022: Woodbrooke/QARN event: Changing the Conversation on Asylum in the UK
19:00 – 20:30
This evening event, coming just before Refugee Week, offers a chance to hear from those in the asylum system working to change the conversation on asylum through art, poetry and activism. https://qarn.org.uk/changing-the-conversation-on-asylum-in-the-uk/
20 June 2022: 5pm London and Zoom: Status Now: How do we campaign against the hostile environment?
Monday 20 June 2022 at 5pm online and in person (London): More details on how to register and attend at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-hostile-environment-how-do-we-hold-to-the-government-to-account-tickets-359280195737
There is a leaflet for this event here:
23 June 2022: 7.30pm online StatusNow4All North West region event
A meeting to discuss how asylum seekers can fightback against extreme substandard housing conditions.
About this event
You are invited to join a discussion on the difficult conditions that people seeking asylum have to endure with regard to housing.
Housing is a basic necessity for any human being. Our speakers’ panel will consist of people living the experience of the UK asylum system, and who have written about the poor housing conditions they have endured. Together, they have much to tell us about what needs to be done to resist this denial of human rights.
This will be a learning opportunity as we hear the stories of people who are fighting against the inhumanity of the UK asylum regime.
We hope you will join us for this vital meeting!
Participating in the speakers’ panel will be representatives of South Yorkshire Migration and Asylum Action Group (SYMAAG) who have been leading the fight for decent housing for asylum seekers in Sheffield. From Manchester we will be hearing from Refugee & Asylum Participatory Action Research(RAPAR), and also Refugee Women Connect(RWC) who are campaiging in Liverpool.
25 June, 4.30-7pm Birmingham: “Refugee Week, Film Screening & Discussion; Amend” on Eventbrite!
Amend: The Fight for America, a 6-part series and discusses where the law meets justice. Ordinary people are put at the centre of history.
Location: Brushstrokes, 253 High Street, Smethwick B67
She will be visiting Manchester, Bradford, Leeds, Liverpool, Birmingham, Cheltenham, Bristol, Stonehenge, London, Canterbury, and ending on the beach at Folkestone where she arrived last year: https://www.walkwithamal.org/events/