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Wonderful 9th Annual Syrian Fun Day

On Saturday 8 June 2019, we celebrated our 9th Annual Syrian day at the Abraham Moss Community School in Manchester. Despite the gloomy weather, we are pleased to announce that the event was a remarkable success. It was reported that around 1300 people from different backgrounds, Syrians and non-Syrians came together to celebrate Eid al-Fitr with their families and friends.

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A City Seen: Memories from Syria

We had a fruitful film screening, poetry performance and panel discussion at HOME Manchester on Monday 29 April 2019. The film screening MemoriesfromSyria showed excerpts of the stories of Syrians in the UK who shared, in their own words, some of the experiences that they underwent either throughout the conflict in Syria, through their journeys to reach safety in Europe and through rebuilding their lives in the UK.

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Film Screening: Nae Pasaran

On Sunday 28 April 2019, we hosted the screening of Nae Pasaran (2018), which reveals the tremendous impact made by Scottish factory workers 40 years ago against Pinochet’s Air Force in Chile. The workers refused to repair the warplanes engine in an act of solidarity against the violent military coup in Chile.

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RR attends the APPG launch of the inquiry into a working definition of Islamophobia

Rethink Rebuild Society attended The APPG on British Muslims roadshow launch of the inquiry into a working definition of Islamophobia on Sunday, 14 April 2019. The event was hosted by Afzal Khan MP, the vice-chair of the APPG. In his talk, Afzal Khan urged local authorities to adopt the APPG definition as part of their effort to counter Islamophobia in all its forms.

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