Are you a creative with experience of forced migration and a passion for showcasing refugee arts and culture?
We’re looking for a talented artist or graphic designer to craft the visual identity for Refugee Festival Scotland 2022. The deadline for submissions is 9am on Monday, 20 December.
Find out more: https://forms.gle/Ui1rMhDTv14Gexgo7
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon shows her support for Refugee Festival Scotland during First Minister’s Questions this morning.
Today is #WorldRefugeeDay, where we stand in solidarity with over 70 million displaced people across the world. Thank you to those who joined us this afternoon at St Enoch Square to make our voices heard. Event organisers across the country look forward to welcoming everyone to their events over the coming 10 days.
“I’m proud that people are welcomed here and can rebuild their lives. I would like to thank all those who are involved in supporting refugees across our country” – Nicola Sturgeon
Thank you to the Scottish Government for your recognition of our work and of the situation for New Scots and their communities across the country.
Communities Secretary Aileen Campbell will be attending Refuweegee’s exhibition “Claiming Back the Narrative” on Friday evening, one of many highlights of this year’s festival.
means welcome in Pashto – the native language of our CEO Sabir Zazai.
Look out for our multilingual welcome placards at the launch of Refugee Festival Scotland THIS Thursday!
Storytelling events and a book launch have made it into our selection of literary events that take place during Refugee Festival Scotland 2019!
Continue reading “Let us tell you a story…about 5 #RefugeeFestScot literary events!”
Dr Alex Gebreyes of Ethio-Scottish Community tells us about their community event at Kinning Park Complex on 22nd June, 3-6pm.
Free event, accessible, all welcome: https://bit.ly/2wvaFcP