Following the International Day for Tolerance, Manchester Metropolitan University and PAPYRUS Team are glad to invite you to the event ‘Professional Action and Practice for Refugees and Displaced People’ that will be held on Saturday 17th of November in Manchester.
The event aims to:
- promote organisations working with refugees, asylum-seekers and displaced people
- create an open, listening and debating space for practitioners, researchers, stakeholders and relevant NGO’s in the broad areas of work with refugees and displaced people to come together and learn
- value perspectives from across various sectors and create opportunities for new connections, creativity and engagement
- create a productive place for learning about new areas and sharing materials and resources helpful in work with refugees and displaced people.
Join us for keynote speeches from Gulwali Passarlay (My Bright Kite CIC), Tendayi Madzunzu (Manchester Refugee Support Network) and MP Afzal Khan (Labour MP for Manchester Gorton), as well as interactive workshops and a vibrant charity village.
There’s no need to choose your workshops in advance, just sign up on the day.
To register, please visit: https://bit.ly/2zNiETK