Asylum is a Human Right
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Date(s) - Tue 8 December
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

The Station



Asylum Is a Human Right!

…5 ways to support Refugees and Asylum Seekers

Come along on the 8th December and:

Find out the facts: from human rights theory and international law, to the current international crisis

Find out what you can do: 5 key ways to make a difference; many local groups you can work with; hundreds of people in this city wanting to support the rights of refugees.

In 1951, in the aftermath of WW2, the United Nations agreed a legal basis for the right to seek safety in another country.

In 2015 we stand at another pivotal moment for the human rights of those seeking sanctuary from persecution.

On 8th December, in the run up to International Human Rights Day, come and hear about the current situation: from refugees, lawyers, activists and volunteers.

Find out what you can do to support the human rights of asylum seekers, with a chance to meet, talk and make plans at the end of the evening.

Talks and stalls from: Bristol Refugee Rights, Bristol Hospitality Network, Refugee Welcome Homes, Bristol Defend Asylum Seekers Campaign, Borderlands, Bristol Calais Migrant Solidarity, City of Sanctuary, Citizens for Sanctuary, Refugee Action, Red Cross, Refugee Women of Bristol. Music from Kirris Riviere.