• The Salt of the Earth + special guests at BFI
    Film, Learning

    Wednesday 10th June 2015
    6pm

    The awe-inspiring images of photographer Sebastião Salgado are celebrated by director Wim Wenders.

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  • dis/placed
    Multi Art-form, Visual Arts

    Tuesday 16th June 2015
    11am-6pm

    A week-long programme of events, featuring over 40 artists responding to global demographic shifts and unprecedented levels of human
 displacement.

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  • Commission: Nowhere is Home by Manaf Halbouni

    Tuesday 16th June 2015
    12:00

    A car loaded with personal possessions turned into a living space – an impossible home for a “modern nomad unable to belong and grow roots”. This personal yet universal piece by German-Syrian artist Manaf Halbouni speaks of his transient life in exile from Damascus. It also stands as a moving testament to loss, resilience and […]

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  • Practices of Place-Making: Memory, Migration and the Global City (Part 1)

    Tuesday 16th June 2015
    3:30-6pm

    In association with the Migration Museum Project 16 June: 3:30 – 6 pm The Ditch, Shoreditch Town Hall, 380 Old Street, London Artists are often astute observers of the intricate – idiosyncratic – processes of place-making. They are able to document the everyday minutiae shaping the cultural diversity of local places. Yet artistic practices of […]

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  • Stella Chiweshe
    Music

    Thursday 18th June 2015
    8-9pm

    The Queen of Mbira Music from Zimbabwe plays a rare London gig at Just Festival Westminster, as part of a short UK tour celebrating Refugee Week

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  • Celebrating Sanctuary at Richmix
    Music

    Friday 19th June 2015
    8pm

    We are hugely excited to confirm that the latest edition of our Celebrating Sanctuary London at RichMix will be headlined by the award winning and all round fantastic Akala.

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  • Family event at V&A Childhood Museum
    Multi Art-form

    Saturday 20th June 2015
    10am-4-m

    It’s your story too! – Refugee Week family event organised in partnership with the V&A Childhood Museum

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  • Josephine Oniyama & The Heritage Survival Band at Southbank Centre
    Music

    Saturday 20th June 2015
    6pm

    Special performance for Refugee Week 2015, bringing together singer-songwriter Josephine Oniyama and members of the UK-based Heritage Survival Band from Harare.

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  • Refugee Artists in Europe Today – talk and discussion at King’s Place
    Multi Art-form

    Sunday 21st June 2015
    5.30pm

    Talk with Mary Mitchell, poet George Szirtes and Syrian musician Maya Youssef - in collaboration with The Continuum Ensamble.

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