A picture of some of the people attending our AGM held on Saturday 27 July. As well as the usual AGM business, we had an excellent speaker from the campaign to fight evictions of Asylum Seekers, ‘Living Rent, Tenants’ Union’ Glasgow, as well as a contribution describing a piece of successful casework, with Catherine Carpenter, volunteer caseworker with KRH. Thanks to all who attended.
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“Modelled on Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, the second volume of Refugee Tales sets out to communicate the experiences of those who, having sought asylum in the UK, find themselves indefinitely detained. Here, poets and novelists create a space in which the stories of those who have been detained can be safely heard, a space in which hospitality is the prevailing discourse and listening becomes an act of welcome.,” For a review of the book by Tom White, recently published in The Glasgow Review, click here. To order the book click here.
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