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Social Justice for Refugees - what does this mean? Family-friendly event

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Redland Quaker Meeting House

126 Hampton Road

Bristol

BS6 6JE

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Fairness is a moral concept. How does it apply to the treatment of people seeking sanctuary?
Refugee speakers and Quaker children and adults will speak about how things are now.
What changes are needed to make Britain a truly fair and welcoming place?
Delicious buffet meal at 7pm, cooked by Moveable Feast - the social enterprise of Bristol Hospitality Network, which offers accommodation and solidarity to destitute asylum seekers in Bristol (recommended minimum donation £5, payable on the night). Music from singer/ song-writer Nicky Coates. Art table for children, and adults too. View the Amnesty International photo exhibition 'I Welcome' and help make a pop-up exhibition on fairness/ unfairness and Social Justice for Refugees.


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126 Hampton Road

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