Refugee Week 2018

Refugee Week 2018

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 Refugee Week 2018 Events

 
  
Date and Time
Event Details
Antrim Library

18/06/2018 - 30/06/2018
During library opening hours

Make Them Visible Photographic Exhibition

This exhibition features images from South Sudan by World Press Photo award-winner Kieran Doherty, whose famil is originally from Belfast.
Doherty said: "Behind each photo is an individual human being - just like you and me - who has had to flee, leaving behind belongings, a home, friends and often family. Hopefully this photo exhibition can then help make these 'invisible people' visible by highlighting the situation of South Sudanese refugees and their families."​

t: 028 9446 1942
e: antrim.library@librariesni.org.uk​

Ardoyne Library

01/06/2018 - 30/06/2018
During library opening hours​

Auschwitz... Recaptured - Photographic Exhibition

Photographer David J. Campbell experiences Auschwitz and Birkenau, invoking a strong and powerful reaction which is captured through the camera lens.

t: 028 9050 9202
e: ardoyne.library@librariesni.org.uk

Brownlow Library

​18/06/2018 - 30/06/2018
During library opening hours

Museum without a Home - An Exhibition of Hospitality

This award winning exhibition is designed to promote solidarity with refugess and other migrants. Museum without a Home is an 'exhibition of hospitality' which showcases real items donated by ordinary Greeks to people fleeing their homes in search of safety and dignity.
Conceptualised and produced by Oxfam and Amnesty International in Greece, the exhibition acknowledges and ​celbrates the solidarity of the Greek people, who welcomed into their country those who had to flee theirs.

t: 028 3834 1946
e: brownlow.library@librariesni.org.uk

Colin Glen Library

04/06/2018 - 30/06/2018
During library opening hours​

​Woodworking Exhibition by Anas Al Meslamane

Woodcarver Anas Al Meslamane from Syria shows your a glimpse of his talent.

t: 028 9043 1266
e: colinglen.library@librariesni.org.uk

Ormeau Road Library

18/06/2018 - 30/06/2018
During library opening hours - please check with branch beforehand​

My Belfast - Photographic Exhibition

Together with Belfast Exposed, a group of Syrian refugees show the world their new city of Belfast through photography.

t: 028 9050 9228
e: ormeauroad.library@librariesni.org.uk

Belfast Central Library

​20/06/2018
11:00am - 12:30pm

Didn't We Have a Lovely Time - Shared Reading

A story of a refugee boy and how his visit to a farm in Devon restored a part of his lost life.
Shared reading event.​

t: 028 9050 9150
e: belfast.central@librariesni.org.uk

Belfast Central Library

​20/06/2018
2:00pm - 4:00pm

Creative Writing Group

Join the creative writing group to celebrate 20 years of Refugee Week.​
Theme: different past, shared future.
Booking essential

t: 028 9050 9150
e: belfast.central@librariesni.org.uk

Chichester Library

23/06/2018
11:30am - 12:30pm​

Storytime and Craft - Different Past, Shared Future

Themed storytime and craft session. Looking at different homes and friendships.
Booking advisable.

t: 028 9050 9210
e: chichester.library@librariesni.org.uk

Falls Road Library

​18/06/2018
4:00pm

Music Building Bridges

As part of the #ArtsDialogue programme in Northern Ireland, managed by Beyond Skin.
Join special guests, Ami Yares - a professional musician and the executive director of BuildABridge International- and Dr Janelle Junkin - a board-certified therapist and independent researcher from BuildA​Bridge International (Philadelphia) for an afternoon of live music.
Discover the transformative power of music and how it has enhanced work with the refugee population in the United States.
Booking advisable

t: 028 9050 9212
e: fallsroad.library@librariesni.org.uk

Whiterock Library

19/06/2018
3:30pm - 4:30pm​

Storytime and Craft - Different Past, Shared Future​

Themed storytime and craft session.
Looking at different homes and friendships.
Booking advisable.

t: 028 9050 9236
e: whiterock.library@librariesni.org.uk

Strabane Library

​21/06/2018
1:00pm - 3:45pm

Stepping Into Diversity Workshop

The Dare to Lead Change Project is a new and exciting project lead by Bryson Intercultural in partnership with TIDES Training and Consultancy.
It seeks to inform and change what citizens know and think about the mix of society in Northern Ireland and the Border Counties, by introducing multifaceted conversations about cultural, racial and ethnic interdependence.
The programme is funded by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB) and is therefore FREE for participants.​
Booking essential

t: 028 7188 3686
e: strabane.library@librariesni.org.uk