Celebrating the Positives
Friday, 24 June
11:00 - 13:00
By Refugee Survival Trust
Join us for a special event which celebrates the skills, creativity and commitment of a team of peer researchers, all with experience of the asylum system, who designed, delivered and disseminated a key piece of research.
We’ll begin the morning with a film screening about our peer research project, which focused on the experiences of people in search of sanctuary and the periodic destitution faced by many refugees and people seeking asylum.
This presentation will be followed by a question and answer session with researchers who worked on the project. We’ll then enjoy music, storytelling and delicious food prepared by Soul Food Sisters.
Brightworks Scotland, 193-199 Bath St, Glasgow, G2 4HU
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About Refugee Survival Trust:
Refugee Survival Trust (RST) is a Scottish based charity supporting people who are refugees and asylum seekers experiencing periodic destitution and cannot access statutory support.
RST provides crisis support in the form of a weekly allowance of £40 and travel passes to individuals in our temporary community-based accommodation and provides destitution grants and travel passes to people who are asylum seekers and refugees, supported through our many partner organisations.
193-199 Bath St, Glasgow