REAL STORIES OF ESCAPE AND SURVIVAL
Hearing about life on the move, and how we can help and understand
Wednesday 16th November 2016 at The German School, London
Photo Exhibition opens 7:30pm, talk begins 8pm
We would like to invite you to a fascinating talk from four experts deeply involved in documenting and volunteering with displaced communities because of the Syrian war.
Ghias Aljundi who fled from Syria in 1999 because of political persecution. And is now living in the UK. He is a consultant for several human rights organisations and since 2015 he volunteers tireless helping displaced people in the streets of Athens. Amnesty International Ghias Aljundi
Issa Awadat is a freelance Syrian video journalist and photographer working on the current conflict in Syria from 2001 – 2015. He has been working as a reporter for a number of western media outlets, covering the refugee crisis across the Turkish/Syrian border. He had to flee Syria and is living now in the UK.
Michael Räber, who after having worked on the streets of Athens, the shores of Lesbos, now helps run two camps in Sindos. He is the founder and director of the charity Swisscross.Help.
Paul Hutchings, having been involved in humanitarian relief in Calais with John Sloan founded the charity Refugee Support to help the refugees stranded in Greece and across Europe.
Entrance £5 on the door.
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The evening is organised by Three Peas and the German School London.
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All proceeds and donations of the evening go to Three Peas.