Violence, harassment, discrimination, trafficking, marginalisation are the challenges of everyday life for many women refugees seeking asylum in Europe. What solutions exist to protect their rights? Join Gambian refugee Debby Karem, active campaigner for Women for Refugee Women, writer-director Sophie Besse, founder of PSYCHEdelight, a participatory theatre company shortlisted for the Community Integration Award, artist Kate Daudy, presenting her immersive art installation about home and identity, Am I My Brother’s Keeper, and Sasha Ali, Protection Officer for the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), as they share their experience and discuss different pathways and solutions for women and girls to rebuild their lives with determination and hope.
Thu 20 June 6.45pm | in English
Double bill: talk + screening of Midnight Traveler: £17, conc. £15