In conjunction with Friends of the Reg Murphy (FORM), ASRC Youth Action Project (YAP) and People Just Like Us (PJLU) would like to invite you to our first event in 2017 - "Hidden Voices from Hell".
Free event. Donations at the door. Booking ESSENTIAL.
We are delighted to invite you to hear the personal stories of refugees' and asylum seekers' journeys to Australia. S. Nagaveeran (Ravi) will share his powerful words (poems), as well as screen four short films showing the experiences of people detained at the offshore detention centres on Nauru and Manus Island PNG.
Refugee advocacy groups, YAP and PJLU, will also talk about their work on fighting for justice and supporting the rights of refugees and people seeking asylum.
Time: 23 January (Monday) 6:00pm for 6:30pm start
Venue: Reginald Murphy Community Centre
(19 Greenknowe Avenue, Elizabeth Bay, 5 mins walk from Kings Cross Train Station)
*Don't miss the opportunity to have, Ravi, author of the book "From Hell to Hell", to sign your book!
The event will be a one-off variety evening centring around the experiences of refugees. It serves as a call for unity and for positive action, as well as to change Australians' perspectives and attitudes toward people coming by boat to seek asylum.
Light dinner will be provided after the talk. This is an opportunity to keep the discussion going with the panelists and other audience members.
Places limited; Booking ESSENTIAL.
- January 23, 2017 at 6pm – 9pm
Reginald Murphy Community Centre
19 Greenknowe Ave
Elizabeth Bay, NSW 2011
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