Upcoming Screenings

 If you’re interested in organising a screening in your local area, just drop us a message to set something up.

Medway Stand Up to Racism: Film Screening (Via ZOOM)

Wednesday 2nd September at 7.30pm 

The zoom details are Meeting id: 879 9239 4046 Password: 910611 Link:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87992394046?pwd=Yk92ZXdqUmhVdlNWZ0s3c243b3cwUT09.

People are asked to donate to Sue’s ongoing support of unaccompanied minors via the link on the website www.calais.gebnet.co.uk

Calais Refugee Children: Film showing and discussion

Hosted by Tower Hamlets Stand up to Racism and Stand Up To Racism

Friday, 6 March 2020 from 18:00-20:00

32 Merchant Street, London, E3 4, United Kingdom


Bras Not Bombs & INFL present International Women’s Day Festival

7 March 2020, from 12:00 onwards.

Tickets: https://www.gigantic.com/a-womens-day-fundraiser-for-bras-not-bombs-tickets?fbclid=IwAR0EeQuWLaf_-onnQv2aaOGvHitey-FAsGmPyCV7E1WHEXeWGGAydTgD2R8

All money raised goes to Bras Not Bombs Charity supporting women and girls fleeing war and violence.

Saturday 14th , Kings College Migration event and discussion with extracts of Calais Children


Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/patterns-of-violence-examining-non-eu-migrant-experiences-tickets-91662421771?aff=efbeventtix&fbclid=IwAR0uwgv61UBLeGq5zTkhW7YhGvgyuJfs0C0Z5LBHmEbXMfZgPh6H3jjjAwY

The day long event will ask academics, activists, NGOs and audience members alike the fundamental question, “how do you define violence?”. The conference will feature an opening statement by Professor Leonie Ansems de Vries and will be followed by two intensive panels on migrant experiences at the U.K. border and within the U.K. asylum process. The panel discussions will be followed by a catered lunch and an interactive afternoon workshop with audience members.


Get in touch for more details!