Wednesday 31 August from 6 - 8.00pm
in the George Washington Browne room, Central Library,
7-9 George IV Bridge, Edinburgh, EH1 1EG
The Radical Independence Campaign Edinburgh is organising this event on Asylum Seekers and Migrant Workers to learn about the challenges and difficulties faced by these groups of people and to consider how best we can campaign to make Scotland the welcoming country we would want it to be.
This will be a participatory event but we are delighted to have three outstanding speakers who will talk about their own experience in these areas.
Pinar Aksu, Human rights activist and Glasgow Campaign to Welcome Refugees activist has visted and supported refugees in Turkey, Greece and Calais.
Phil Chilton has many years of experience campaigning on Migrant Worker Rights in Australia.
Nuria from Precarity Office and an activist in the Migrant Solidarity Network, Edinburgh
Come along and join the discussion.