Taking our Toolkit Festival to Bradford on 11th May

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We are excited to announce that we will be taking our Toolkit Festival to Bradford on 11th May! 

Right to Remain are celebrating 10 years of our Toolkit, which has become a go-to-resource for people who are going through the asylum and immigration system and for those standing in solidarity with migrants and refugees. To celebrate, we are taking our Toolkit across the country to ensure those who need it are able to access it, and (re)connect with organisations supporting people seeking asylum in other areas of the UK. 

We are proud to say that the Toolkit has supported migrant communities and people working with them for over a decade.

On Thursday 11th May, we will host our third Toolkit festival in Bradford, in partnership with Bradford Ecumenical Asylum Concern (BEACON). BEACON have a unique relationship with the Toolkit, as they were some of the first groups involved in its conceptualisation ten years ago. We couldn’t think of a better partner for our Festival!

The event will be an opportunity to gain knowledge, learn about navigating the asylum system and supporting others to do so, and will feature discussions throughout. We will also have a guest speaker or panel discussion, Q&A in the afternoon, and most importantly, a fantastic opportunity to network and meet others supporting refugees and people seeking asylum in Bradford. We are stronger together after all!

Sign up for our event in Bradford by getting in touch with Esther Doherty, our Engagement Officer, at esther@righttoremain.org.uk.


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