Film Showing: ‘Calais Children: a Case to Answer’, Plus Panel Discussion

by Stand up to Racism
Wednesday 20 June 19:00

When the Calais Jungle was taken down in 2016, 2000 lone refugee children were left abandoned. What happened to them next? Sue Clayton takes on the fight to get them to safety. The 62-minute documentary will be followed by a panel discussion.

Stand up to Racism is a broad coalition comprising many civic organisations, refugee and migrant communities, as well as trade unions, political organisations and individuals. The key criteria are opposition to the rising tide of racism, Islamophobia, anti-Semitism and the scapegoating of refugees and migrants.

No booking required | contact SUTRGlasgow@gmail.com to register interest

Wheelchair accessible

Discussion | Film
Free event
Unison Building
84 Bell St
Glasgow
G1 1LQ
In partnership with: Stand up to Racism Glasgow and Glasgow Campaign to Welcome Refugees.