Community Meal: Sharing Food and Stories
Tuesday, 21 June
18:00 - 21:00
By Glasgow Autonomous Space
Join members of Glasgow’s refugee and migrant community for a special celebration of food and the power it has to bring people together.
This barbecue and pot luck has been organised by the Language Exchange and Glasgow Autonomous Space. Come to enjoy music, stories, recipe sharing and of course, food.
Bring along a dish that means something to you, taste mouth-watering meals from around the world and learn the stories, histories and traditions behind each plate of food.
We’ll be serving both international and local cuisine from Arabic couscous to Scottish haggis and much, much more!
The barbecue will be provided. Please feel free to cook your own food to bring along and share.
We can reimburse you for ingredients and expenses.
Glasgow Autonomous Space, 53 Kilbirnie Street, Glasgow, G5 8JD
This event is free and open for all. You do not need to book, just turn up on the day!
About Glasgow Autonomous Space:
Glasgow Autonomous Space is an autonomous social centre and resource space that hosts groups struggling against capitalism and other forms of oppression. It is run by those using the space, non-hierarchically and not for profit.
We support refugees and asylum seekers by running a weekly language exchange and working closely with Unity Centre and LGBT Unity.
Glasgow Autonomous Space
53 Kilbirnie Street, Glasgow