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An action/reflection event hosted by Goldsmiths’ Department of Theatre & Performance with the support of the Migrant Research Network

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An action/reflection event hosted by Goldsmiths’ Department of Theatre & Performance with the support of the Migrant Research Network

  • Richard Hoggart Building Goldsmiths, Universoty of London London, England, SE14 6NL United Kingdom

Workshops, Installation, speakers, discussion and reflection. 
Feel free to drop in, but please note there will be presentations at 3 pm, 6 pm and 8 pm, in the George Wood Theatre

This event is aimed at students, artists, researchers, activists, NGOs and all those concerned with the discourse around refugees and migrants, post-referendum, and the impending demolition of ‘The Jungle’ in Calais.

The event will: 
* Provide opportunities to hear from artists, activists, academics and refugees, and to join with them in discussion
* Reflect on the current situation, Europe wide, and post-referendum
* Reflect on the rise of discourses of fear
* Provide opportunities to meet and discuss with NGOs currently working with refugees
* Develop campaigning opportunities
* Provide space for reflection relating to arts interventions in migrant camps
* Showcase creative outputs

Keynote speakers: 
Shabnam Shabazi: Artivist
Raj Bhari: Talk for a Change & Peaceful Change Initiative/Goldsmiths

Installation created by Debora Minà and Mita Pujara, with contributions from artists and activists who have been active in the Calais Migrant camp.

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