Coffee, Cake, Conversation

A Festive Event

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Join Us On Wednesday 6th December, 4.15 – 6.15 in OA7/27

Come and say hello

Why not bring a colleague?

Also … a festive farewell to the many colleagues leaving at the end of the year through Voluntary Severance

Open to UCU members and anyone interested in finding out more about UCU

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To Walk In Your Shoes

UCU YORKSHIRE & HUMBERSIDE BLACK AND ETHNIC MINORITY NETWORK ( BME ) & RedBobble Theatre Company presents ‘TO WALK IN YOUR SHOES’
 
 
SUNDAY 22ND OCTOBER 2017 @ ST PAULS CHURCH, UNIVERSITY OF HUDDERSFIELD, HD1 3DH. FREE EVENT
 
Doors Open @ 12pm
Introduction by BME Network and Guest Speakers @ 12.30
Play begins @ 1pm-2:30pm
Q&A Session @ 2:30pm
 
“There is no immigration because we are all human. If a British person can be an ex-patriot in Africa, then we are all ex-patriots here, seeking a better life”.
 
Compiled from real life interviews with asylum seekers and refugees living in the North of England, ‘To Walk In Your Shoes’ explores the side without a voice. With stories from Syria, Iran, Pakistan, Eritrea and recounting their experiences living in the UK, the play explores the strength and resilience of the human spirit and challenges the myths and untruths perpetuated by the media.
 
To book your ticket please email Regional Administrator Rachael Munro-Fawcett rmunro-fawcett@ucu.org.uk
( play not suitable for under 12’s)
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Conversation and Cake

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How Are You Feeling?

You are cordially invited to a meeting for collegiate, collaborative conversations and cake!

Open to all UCU members and those thinking of joining

Oastler Building OA6/10, Wednesday 5 July, 2.15 – 4.15

Please drop in to say hello, meet other UCU members and have an informal conversation about what concerns you, what you would like to happen at the University, how you can become part of a community which is supportive and welcoming – or anything else you would like to talk about. Tea, coffee and yummy cake all for FREE!!

Free Film Screening

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Free Film Screening: Life in a Greek Refugee Camp

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In 2016 governments within the EU closed their borders, leaving almost 60,000 refugees stranded in Greece. Faced with hosting the refugees, the Greek Government decided to reopen a number of closed-down army camps as temporary residences and called on the army to set up and manage the camps.

The film produced by Tim Kelly, Lecturer at the University of Coventry and writer and director of a number of award-winning short films, explores the role of the army and NGOs in organizing the camp, the daily lives of the refugees and the evolving relationship between the locals and their new neighbours. Director: Yiannis Koufonikos, Writer: Christy Kelly.

The School of Education and Professional Development will be hosting a screening of the short 45 minute film with a Q&A with Tim Kelly at the end.

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