“Jointly organised by Quaker Asylum Refugee Network, Quaker Peace and Social Witness, Quaker United Nations Office and Quaker Council for European Affairs and Woodbrooke.
A weekend conference learning about asylum and migration, hearing from those who have felt its impact, and working together to create the change that we need.
Speakers, workshops, performances and panel discussions will explore the interplay between race, privilege and migration – how does it work, what can we do?
Language and the media: challenging and changing the language of migration.
Migration and the arts: how migration enriches our communities and how the arts can bring about change.
The UN Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration.
Book through Woodbrooke – Several bursaries available