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Making Refuge: Creative Responses to the Refugee Crisis

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A lunchtime series on creative responses to the refugee crisis, featuring activists, artists, filmmakers and politicians. 1pm on Mondays (with soup and refreshments starting at 12.30), at the Michaelhouse Centre, Trinity Street, Cambridge. Poster available at

19 Feb Vaughan Pilikian Documentary filmmaker whose forthcoming work, Flight, is about the journeys of refugees through Europe.

26 Feb. Stephen Wordsworth Executive Director, the Council for At Risk Academics (CARA), helping academics in danger since 1933.

5 March Ed Sexton Member, Cambridge Convoy Refugee Action Group (CamCRAG), responding to the refugee situation in Europe.

12 March Daniel Eng Divinity Faculty PhD candidate and winner of the Goodwin Prize for his work on how the teaching of Jesus applies to Immigrant Care and Refugee Relief.

19 March (*12.30pm) Cllr. Lewis Herbert Leader, Cambridge City Council, speaking on Cambridge initiatives to help 100 refugees from Syria and refugees from other countries.

26 March Issam Kourbaj Artist in Residence, Christ’s College whose work ‘Another Day Lost’ was inspired by and based on the Syrian refugee crisis.

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