Migrant Voice Conference Glasgow, 21st January

We’re looking forward to the Migrant Voice Glasgow conference on the 21st January, titled ‘Migrants and Migration Post Brexit; finding our voice to influence the new landscape.’ This event brings together migrant communities in Scotland with experts on migration, equality, activists, artists, academics, the media and others. The Minister for International…

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Cosmic Ceilidh to support the Refugee Survival Trust!

Come along to the Ceilidh Collective‘s Cosmic Ceilidh on Saturday 19 November 2016 in the Wash House in Portobello! Proceeds from the ceilidh will be split between the Edinburgh Sick Kids and the Refugee Survival Trust. Buy your tickets now!

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There to Here: An evening of music and poetry for RST

There to Here Thursday 10 November 7.30pm to 9pm Lauriston Hall, 28 Lauriston St, Edinburgh, EH3 9DJ We have a great selection of poets, musicians and singers joining us for our There to Here event on Thursday 10th November in Lauriston Hall, Edinburgh! Come along and enjoy a varied programme thanks to…

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Solidarity with Refugees – Edinburgh

RST members and supporters will be joining other organisations to stand in solidarity with refugees this Saturday in Edinburgh – come along if you’re free! Saturday 17th September 2pm – 5pm, Scottish Parliament, Holyrood To coincide with the London “Solidarity with Refugees” event, Amnesty Scotland, Re:Act – Refugee Action Scotland,…

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A Night at Edinburgh’s Festival of Politics: Scottish Solutions to the Refugee Crisis

This is a guest post by Katharine T. Weatherhead The opening night of Edinburgh’s Festival of Politics on 18 August 2016 saw prominent politicians and organisations come together at the Scottish Parliament to discuss ‘Scottish Solutions to the Refugee Crisis’. The public event, held in partnership with The Royal Society…

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Pop-up poetry event

Join RST volunteers this Saturday 6th August for a pop-up poetry event in Princes Street Gardens in Edinburgh. Drop in to the Robert Louis Stevenson grove in Princes St Gardens between 2 and 4 pm (near the big fountain) to share poems from round the world, and join us for…

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