Join Cambridge University society RE:action for a panel discussion with some amazing NGOs – Refugee Community Kitchen (RCK) and Cambridge Refugee Resettlement Campaign (CRRC).
We will be giving an update about current conditions facing displaced people in Northern France, and what work is like for humanitarian groups on the ground there. We will also discuss the challenges that face people who are resettling in the UK, and the work that CRRC do to support them in that transition.
Our main focus will be on the concept of solidarity – what does it really mean, and what are some different ways that you can show solidarity, and get involved in active solidarity work to support refugee and migrant communities?
Keynes hall has step-free access on request, and a hearing loop available on request. There is a smaller, quiet room next door which will be available if anyone needs to use it for a break. The toilets are marked as ‘urinals’ or ‘toilets’ rather than gendered.
We will have a visible member of the Re:Action group at the porters lodge to direct you to the hall from there.