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Refugee Women of Bristol is a registered charity originally set up in 2003 by a group of refugee women. They identified a number of common challenges in settling in to their new life in the UK regardless of where they came from. Refugee Women of Bristol has grown to be the only multi-ethnic, multi-faith organisation which specifically targets the needs of refugee women and is directly governed by women of the refugee and asylum seeking community in Bristol.

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Sending warm wishes to everyone. Eid Mubarak! ... See MoreSee Less

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Bristol Sister's Uncut

June 20, 2016, 7:00pm - June 20, 2016, 8:30pm

Hydra Bookshop

In the current climate of austerity with two women dying a week from violent ex/partners & refuges being shut down left, right and centre it is time to take Sister's Uncut to Bristol!! Join us in solidarity to fight against the dangerous sexist and racist cuts effecting women and non-binary individuals everywhere!! This will be a safe space for all women (trans, intersex and cis), all those who experience oppression as women (including non-binary and gender non-conforming people) only. Please feel free to bring ideas for direct action in Bristol and what you feel needs attention. We look forward to seeing everyone & let’s make some noise in (The venue is wheelchair accessible but unfortunately the toilets are not so this will be a priority for our next meeting) Please do not hesitate to get in touch. Solidarity to all my Sisters!

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Please come and join us on Sunday 12th June Celebrating Sanctuary
Refugee Women of Bristol will have an arts and crafts stall, and there will be some great food and music to keep you entertained.
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Celebrating Sanctuary

June 12, 2016, 1:00pm - June 12, 2016, 6:00pm

Queen Square, Bristol

This event is a FREE Festival of Refugee Music, Arts and Information. It is suitable foreveryone and there will be various info, food and craft stalls on the day in addition to entertainment throughout the afternoon. For the kids there will be a bouncy castle, workshops, henna and face painting. Bristol Bike Project will be running free bike maintenence workshops throughout the afternoon. Queens Square is in the heart of the city and is easily accessible by train, coach and and bicycle. Temple Meads is only about ten minutes walking from the event and the coach station is about the same distance. The exciting event will really open your eyes as we unlock the potential of some of the great talent that the refugee community in Bristol has to offer. With live music from 1pm featuring: Mousa Kouyate - Sengalese kora, Zenah Najjuka - Ugandan Dance, Long Sho ( Rise Up ) - Tibetan music and dance, Dijwar Khalil and Ammar Kabi - Syrian Saz and Darbuka Rory Mcleod - "Singer Songwriter; a modern travelling troubadour " Nabra - an oud duo playing an intoxicating blend of Sudanese and Middle Eastern influences Kurdish Music and Dance - Join Kaiwan and Knud in Kurdish song for dance SomoS - Upbeat Columbian & Cuban mix African Sambistas - African samba dance and drum fusion guaranteed to get you dancing!

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