6th June 2024: Solidarity Sessions, Bristol

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On Thursday 6th June, Right to Remain is partnering with Bristol Refugee and Asylum Seeker Partnership (BRASP) to deliver a day of workshops, building solidarity, and action planning. Register at the bottom of this page.

Solidarity Sessions, Bristol

Thursday 6th June
10:00am – 16:00pm

Trinity Centre, Bristol, BS2 0NW 

What will the event be like?

We will use the day to think locally about the migration justice movement, and how we can build on current campaigns, and plan for new ones. The day will also provide an opportunity to connect with local grassroots organisations standing in solidarity with people in the asylum and immigration system, as well as local campaign groups.

You can expect to:

  • Participate in Legal Education workshops, looking at the asylum system, the lack of legal advice, and how to give legal support safely
  • Hear from Right to Remain’s These Walls Must Fall campaigners on work they are doing on the ground, including recent demos against the Rwanda Act
  • Hear from local Bristol partners on current actions
  • Brainstorm and plan for possible future actions
  • Connect and build solidarity with other groups and organisations in and around Bristol

We will also look at the current evolving Rwanda situation, and what we can do to respond and stand in solidarity with our communities.

Who is this event for?

If you are based in Bristol (and its surrounding areas) and are:

  • We particularly welcome grassroots community groups of migrants, refugees & people seeking asylum.
  • Community and voluntary organisations working in solidarity or providing support to migrants, refugees & people seeking asylum.
  • Advice and information services for migrants, refugees & people seeking asylum.
  • Other organisations or groups supporting people at risk in Bristol, e.g. destitution, exploitation, disability, women’s groups, etc.


Unfortunately, we do not have a budget to provide lunch. Please bring lunch with you, or pop out during the break to grab something.


We are asking any funded group, or organisation with paid staff members to pay a donation of £10 for a ticket. This covers vital staff costs and allows us to keep our public legal education free.

Any unfunded or voluntary group, or anyone going through the asylum or immigration system, does not pay for their ticket. Please use the form below to request a free ticket, and someone from the team will get back to you.

To maximise reach, max 2 people per organisation can register.

Any questions, please get in touch with Esther – esther@righttoremain.org.uk.

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