the session line-up

18th June 2020 7:30pm @ Online

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Josh Hallam

Help Refugees -Choose Love 

@JoshSaif

UK Community and Networks Manager

 

Josh started as a volunteer working with Help Refugees in Calais in 2016 at the time of "The Jungle" before moving to the Field Manager role for northern France until September 2019. He's now based in London and working on advocacy, campaigns and supporter engagement.

Nathalie Meier

Movement on the Ground 

www.movementontheground.com

Nathalie Meier is the Marketing and Communication Manager at Movement On The Ground (MOTG), a Dutch organisation with a fixed presence on the Greek islands of Lesbos and Samos who aim to provide a dignified, innovative and sustainable response to the refugee crisis. Nathalie feels honoured to be able to spend her days sharing the stories of hope, humanity and impact that exist within the crisis in Greece.

Everyone has the right to food, water, safety and shelter. 

Movement On The Ground is  a foundation responding to a humanitarian crisis affecting the innocent men, women and children forced from their homes by climate change, poverty and war.

To get involved or help :

https://movementontheground.com/how-can-i-help

Shingai

http://shing.ai/

Shingai, legendary front woman and bassist of The Noisettes ignites a groundbreaking chapter with her new EP, ‘Ancient Futures’.

The EP finds Shingai at the vanguard of a new era of pop. Live instruments and future forward programming sit comfortably beside the melodies and rhythms inspired by her Southern African heritage.

With an effervescent soundscape, the record is fearlessly infused with a soulful yet boisterous energy, making the music electrifying and compelling. Distinguished for her memorising and dramatic performances, be prepared to be taken on a sonic odyssey.

David Herd

www.refugeetales.org/books

David Herd is a poet, critic, and teacher his recent writings on the politics of human movement have appeared in Los Angeles Review of Books, Parallax and Almost Island. He is Professor of Modern Literature at the University of Kent, has worked with Kent Refugee Help since 2009, and is a coordinator of Refugee Tales.

www.refugeetales.org/books

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