Refugee Week Conference 2022
Online 7 and 11 February, 2022
Free Event – All Welcome
How can arts, cultural and community activities can help create a kinder, more welcoming world?
Booking is now open for the Refugee Week Conference 2022, which is happening online on the mornings of 07 and 11 February .Register for Event
Join others from across the UK and the world to share inspiration, learning and ideas ahead of Refugee Week 2022 in June.
Whether you’ve been part of Refugee Week for years or are interested in getting involved for the first time, everyone is welcome.
The sessions will be different on both days – join either or both.
SESSION 1: Monday 7 February 1030am – 1245pm
Hosted by Laura Nyahuye, Artist and Founder of Maokwo
- How to get involved in Refugee Week 2022
- ‘Ask a Refugee Week organiser’ Q&A
- A choice of workshops, including building activities around the theme of ‘Healing’, digital inclusion and how to publicise your event through media and social media
SESSION 2: Friday 11 February 1030am – 1215pm
Hosted by Ayham Alsuleman
- Networking and sharing
- A choice of workshops including Refugee Week and sports, ideas for arts organisations and artists and exploring ‘celebration contributions’
Get in touch if you would like to set up a local meetup and support can be offered.
- A Secret Wrapped in Lead
- Postcards from Scotland Social Gathering and Discussion
- Homeless Project Scotland Fundraiser
- Mansfield Park Street Festival
- The Wanderlust Women – three poems
- Vinicombe Street Gala
- Aye Write: Prof Dame Sue Black ‘The Books that Made Me
- Glasgow West End – Summer Events 2022
- Alma Wolfson – ‘A Painter’s Passion’
- Outi and Nico at Tchai Ovna
- Performers at Glasgow Jazz Festival 2022
- Book Launch: This Script by Jenny Lindsay
- Glasgow Science Festival 2022
- Grease The Musical at Websters Theatre Glasgow West End
- Bend It Like Bertie at Websters
- Wake Up Punk at Glasgow Film Theatre
- Cabaret – 50th Anniversary at Glasgow Film Theatre
- Wild Men at Glasgow Film Theatre
- Creative Conversations: Michael Pederson
- Aye Write: The Kavya Prize